Little Women (Little Women #1)

Little Women (Little Women #1)

Generations of readers young and old, male and female, have fallen in love with the March sisters of Louisa May Alcott?s most popular and enduring novel, Little Women. Here are talented tomboy and author-to-be Jo, tragically frail Beth, beautiful Meg, and romantic, spoiled Amy, united in their devotion to each other and their struggles to survive in New England during the Generations of readers young and old, male and female, have fallen in love with the March sisters of Louisa May Alcott?...

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Title:Little Women (Little Women #1)
Author:Louisa May Alcott
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Genres:Classics
ISBN:Little Women
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:449 pages pages

Little Women (Little Women #1) Reviews

  • Rory
    Jul 30, 2007

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

  • Sherwood Smith
    Oct 18, 2008

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

  • Dottie
    Sep 09, 2007

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

  • Susan
    Oct 04, 2007

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

  • Annalisa
    Feb 12, 2008

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Oct 08, 2010

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

  • Corrie
    Mar 27, 2008

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

  • Fabian
    Dec 27, 2013

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

  • Cecily
    Aug 06, 2009

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

    Eesh, this was dull. I can't even try and appreciate it taking historical context into account. These little women are so blah. And they speak like they're reciting Hallmark cards half the time. ...

    Updated 8/26/2016 - Update at end So, this is going to be my most confusing review to date and I am going to need some help from people who read this, so please reply if you know! (see below) I read this for my Completest Book Club. I am glad I did because it is a classic I hear ...

    my ship sank to Dead Sea levels and now im salty af 3.5 stars? 4 stars? who knows? all I know is that im deleting chapter 46 and while we're at it I might as well also delete chapters 35, 40 and 41 so please do me all a favour and rip out those chapters from your copies ...

    I was given this more than 30 years ago, and it never appealed, but I gave it a go when it was selected by my book group. As most people know, it's Louisa May Alcott's semi-autobiographical account of four teenage sisters growing up in slight poverty, while their father is away at w...

  • Tea Jovanović
    Apr 16, 2013

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

  • Emily May
    Dec 04, 2013

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

    Eesh, this was dull. I can't even try and appreciate it taking historical context into account. These little women are so blah. And they speak like they're reciting Hallmark cards half the time. ...

  • Emer
    Jan 17, 2014

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

  • Joey Woolfardis
    Jun 27, 2015

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

  • Jonathan Terrington
    Oct 25, 2011

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

  • Helle
    Jul 13, 2014

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

    Eesh, this was dull. I can't even try and appreciate it taking historical context into account. These little women are so blah. And they speak like they're reciting Hallmark cards half the time. ...

    Updated 8/26/2016 - Update at end So, this is going to be my most confusing review to date and I am going to need some help from people who read this, so please reply if you know! (see below) I read this for my Completest Book Club. I am glad I did because it is a classic I hear ...

    my ship sank to Dead Sea levels and now im salty af 3.5 stars? 4 stars? who knows? all I know is that im deleting chapter 46 and while we're at it I might as well also delete chapters 35, 40 and 41 so please do me all a favour and rip out those chapters from your copies ...

    I was given this more than 30 years ago, and it never appealed, but I gave it a go when it was selected by my book group. As most people know, it's Louisa May Alcott's semi-autobiographical account of four teenage sisters growing up in slight poverty, while their father is away at w...

    A classic! The book and movie both did me in... Tears!! ...

    This book was really good. You know those books that you aren't sure what made them your favorite? this is one of those books but i will try. For one reason the characters were so believable and relate-able. Also their stories weren't so far fetched, since they were based on Louisa May...

    I first read this as a young teen, maybe 12 or 13 years old. I loved it then, and, when I learned that Masterpiece Theater was filming this as a mini-series, I decided to assign it for our September meeting. I was surprised at how sentimental this made me feel while reading. In our...

    My heart is melting a little as I close this book at long last, my mind contented. It is a sweet book, occasionally a bit too sweet, but there were many places where I felt quite moved. If I?d been 17 when I first read this, I would have been over the moon about it. It is the sto...

  • Diane Barnes
    Aug 25, 2017

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

    Eesh, this was dull. I can't even try and appreciate it taking historical context into account. These little women are so blah. And they speak like they're reciting Hallmark cards half the time. ...

    Updated 8/26/2016 - Update at end So, this is going to be my most confusing review to date and I am going to need some help from people who read this, so please reply if you know! (see below) I read this for my Completest Book Club. I am glad I did because it is a classic I hear ...

    my ship sank to Dead Sea levels and now im salty af 3.5 stars? 4 stars? who knows? all I know is that im deleting chapter 46 and while we're at it I might as well also delete chapters 35, 40 and 41 so please do me all a favour and rip out those chapters from your copies ...

    I was given this more than 30 years ago, and it never appealed, but I gave it a go when it was selected by my book group. As most people know, it's Louisa May Alcott's semi-autobiographical account of four teenage sisters growing up in slight poverty, while their father is away at w...

    A classic! The book and movie both did me in... Tears!! ...

    This book was really good. You know those books that you aren't sure what made them your favorite? this is one of those books but i will try. For one reason the characters were so believable and relate-able. Also their stories weren't so far fetched, since they were based on Louisa May...

    I first read this as a young teen, maybe 12 or 13 years old. I loved it then, and, when I learned that Masterpiece Theater was filming this as a mini-series, I decided to assign it for our September meeting. I was surprised at how sentimental this made me feel while reading. In our...

  • Huda Yahya
    Jun 05, 2012

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

  • TS
    Mar 14, 2018

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

    Eesh, this was dull. I can't even try and appreciate it taking historical context into account. These little women are so blah. And they speak like they're reciting Hallmark cards half the time. ...

    Updated 8/26/2016 - Update at end So, this is going to be my most confusing review to date and I am going to need some help from people who read this, so please reply if you know! (see below) I read this for my Completest Book Club. I am glad I did because it is a classic I hear ...

    my ship sank to Dead Sea levels and now im salty af 3.5 stars? 4 stars? who knows? all I know is that im deleting chapter 46 and while we're at it I might as well also delete chapters 35, 40 and 41 so please do me all a favour and rip out those chapters from your copies ...

  • Zoë
    Jan 31, 2015

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

  • Matthew
    Aug 05, 2016

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

    Eesh, this was dull. I can't even try and appreciate it taking historical context into account. These little women are so blah. And they speak like they're reciting Hallmark cards half the time. ...

    Updated 8/26/2016 - Update at end So, this is going to be my most confusing review to date and I am going to need some help from people who read this, so please reply if you know! (see below) I read this for my Completest Book Club. I am glad I did because it is a classic I hear ...

  • Helene Jeppesen
    Jan 02, 2017

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

  • Duane
    Oct 17, 2013

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

  • Pooja
    Oct 26, 2015

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

  • Mandy
    Sep 14, 2015

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

    Eesh, this was dull. I can't even try and appreciate it taking historical context into account. These little women are so blah. And they speak like they're reciting Hallmark cards half the time. ...

    Updated 8/26/2016 - Update at end So, this is going to be my most confusing review to date and I am going to need some help from people who read this, so please reply if you know! (see below) I read this for my Completest Book Club. I am glad I did because it is a classic I hear ...

    my ship sank to Dead Sea levels and now im salty af 3.5 stars? 4 stars? who knows? all I know is that im deleting chapter 46 and while we're at it I might as well also delete chapters 35, 40 and 41 so please do me all a favour and rip out those chapters from your copies ...

    I was given this more than 30 years ago, and it never appealed, but I gave it a go when it was selected by my book group. As most people know, it's Louisa May Alcott's semi-autobiographical account of four teenage sisters growing up in slight poverty, while their father is away at w...

    A classic! The book and movie both did me in... Tears!! ...

  • AMEERA
    Dec 23, 2016

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

  • ☆ ĄňŊǡƂėƮĦ ☆ ŞŧŎŋė
    Aug 28, 2014

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

    There will be spoilers. Now, if she had been the heroine of a moral story-book, she ought at this period of her life to have become quite saintly, renounced the world, and gone about doing good in a mortified bonnet, with tracts in her pocket. But, you see, Jo wasn't a heroine; she ...

    Knjiga moje mladosti :) Ah, kako smo je svi gutali :) ...

    Eesh, this was dull. I can't even try and appreciate it taking historical context into account. These little women are so blah. And they speak like they're reciting Hallmark cards half the time. ...

    Updated 8/26/2016 - Update at end So, this is going to be my most confusing review to date and I am going to need some help from people who read this, so please reply if you know! (see below) I read this for my Completest Book Club. I am glad I did because it is a classic I hear ...

    my ship sank to Dead Sea levels and now im salty af 3.5 stars? 4 stars? who knows? all I know is that im deleting chapter 46 and while we're at it I might as well also delete chapters 35, 40 and 41 so please do me all a favour and rip out those chapters from your copies ...

    I was given this more than 30 years ago, and it never appealed, but I gave it a go when it was selected by my book group. As most people know, it's Louisa May Alcott's semi-autobiographical account of four teenage sisters growing up in slight poverty, while their father is away at w...

    A classic! The book and movie both did me in... Tears!! ...

    This book was really good. You know those books that you aren't sure what made them your favorite? this is one of those books but i will try. For one reason the characters were so believable and relate-able. Also their stories weren't so far fetched, since they were based on Louisa May...

  • Shovelmonkey1
    May 05, 2011

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

  • Dannii Elle
    Oct 06, 2017

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...

    I have read 18 of Louisa May Alcott's books, so I guess I can safely say that I am very familiar with her work. Some of them were very good, some not quite as good. All had that 19th century down home feeling with wonderful, memorable characters. But only one of her novels reached the ...

    I'm definitely a victim of modern society when I find this book slow. Had I read it in its day (or even as a youth) it would probably be fantastic, but as it is I'm finding the life lessons saturated in every chapter a little much, not sweet. Which brings me to Beth. Back in the day sw...

    To me this book is just a big neon highlighted literary exclamation mark defining how incredibly different I am from my mother. She loves this book. Really, really loves it....a lot. She always used to tell me how great she thought it was although, as a kid I somehow avoided reading it...

    When I was 11 years old, I used to watch its anime show on a channel, that time I didn't know its name. I was merely interested in the show. But thankfully, I remembered the names of the characters so that when I was in my higher secondary school, I saw this book in school library ...

    Little Women remains to this day one of the books I have, curiously, read the most. And I'm not ashamed to state this. Why should I be? The notion that certain films or books are 'chick-lit' is one so alien to my mind. They may be geared at specific audiences mostly, but any strong w...

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. The one thing I'm not going to do is apologise for not liking this. I hold no truck with that: stop apologising for having an opinion that is different to the majority. Little Women ...

    So in keeping with my recent attempts to write reviews for all my five star reads here's one for my absolute favourite book from my childhood, Little Women. This was the first hardback I ever read that had no pictures or any such things to tempt a child. I remember feeling quite gro...

    863. Little Women (Little Women #1), Louisa May Alcott ???? ???? - ?????? ?? ????? (??????) ?????? ??? ?????? ?????: ???? ????? ???????: ?????? ?? ?????? ?????: ??????? ???? ????? ???...

    Two years ago, I read the first part of this novel and quite liked it. The March family consists of the most endearing characters, and I had fun reading about the four sisters and their growing up. However, it wasn't until recently that I realized that I had yet to read the second pa...

    Whilst I do recall reading this as a young child I could remember little about the characters and the story-line so felt I was revisiting both something beloved and viewing it with fresh and excited eyes. This felt like a series of short stories involving the March sisters, bound in...

  • Cait • A Page with a View
    Feb 29, 2016

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

  • maymay❀
    Mar 14, 2018

    Someone I know claimed this no longer has value, that she would never recommend it because it's saccharine, has a religious agenda, and sends a bad message to girls that they should all be little domestic homebodies. I say she's wrong on all counts. This is high on my reread list along...

    Yes, yes. I'm a grown ass man reading this, but I'm not ashamed. I also read the "Twilight" sa-ha-ha-ga & a bunch of Charlaine Harris as well, remember? Some rules simply don't apply. What I tried to do here was dispel the extra melodrama and embrace the cut-outs (fat trimmed ou...

    I hated this book. I can't even begin to go into all the reasons I dislike this novel. It's dull and preachy through out most of it--aside from Jo who is a truly inspired character. But everyone else seems one note, most of the chapters come off as morality plays than solid scenes o...

    The book begins: "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. It's so dreadful to be poor! sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress. I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,...

    ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ???????? ?? ?...

    This really is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time... it never gets old. I just love every single character and the entire story SO much that I don't even know what else to say. It's perfect. That is all. And I know the movie is way different, but I still love that as...

    My copy of this is probably 55 years old -- I've probably read it at least twenty-five times. One of my all-time favorite books. One of my favorite authors ever. Yes, it is old-fashioned -- it was old-fashioned fifty-five years ago. But that is the point pretty much in my opinion. This...

    2017 update: I reread this as it was the Austentatious book for June and July! I didn't love it as much as I did the first time I read it, but I am glad I got to revisit the story. (Also, this time I Amy was my favorite character?) Book 12/100 for 2015 I had to read this book for m...

    i can tell this become my favorite classic book besides all classics books of the queen of classics books Jane Austin , and u can see a lot of classic word here :D ...

    i've never witnessed a ship of mine get sunk so tragically, how dare you ms. alcott (? ?_?)? RTC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ probably the first classic that i'm //choosing// to read so let's hope this goes well bc it'll probs determine whether i keep this charade up or no...