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#widowthe... I've read worse, but this book took a very long way across a shrot trip. Could have been cut by a lo
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#istilldreamabout... I truly hate to give this review. I love Fannie Flagg. She was the first author I assocaited
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#identical... Just OK. Too much filler, I didin't get the need for the lesbian storyline. It seemed to be thrown i
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#kindredbluestrea... What a fabulous book, I don't know why I haven't read it sooner. The writing is stellar. Chara
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#onemississippi... Overall, this was a good read, but it did have it's negatives. First, the book felt over-inflate
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#finderskeepersan... I enjoyed everything about the book. The writing was tight as you’d expect from a King nov
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#keptanovelpsthe... It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed a book, not that I haven’t been reading. I’ve j
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#aftertherain... For those who love the canned romance scenario, this book is worth the read. But for those who ar
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#lietome... I began, and finished, my first read by author J.T. Ellison, Lie To Me, today. Although I don’t re
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#ifthecreekdontri... My review is broken into two parts: one for the writing, and one for the story. I've averag
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#lifeonlybetter... I tried to like this book, I truly did. There were parts that were concise and poetic and held
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#couplenextdooran... Of the two psychological thrillers I read yesterday, this was definitely the better one, es
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#sutton... Although Sutton is a work of fiction, the historical elements are so rich in detail that by the end of
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#flowersintheatti... While being what I call a dark read, "Flowers in the Attic" is also poignant, heart-wrenching
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#didyoueverhaveaf... To this day, I am still amazed at how two people can read the same book and walk away with a
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