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Linda78 rated it
5.0 Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood (Audiobook)
Trevor Noah narrates his own autobiography with humor and passion. Even when he's describing things as crippling as apartheid, racism, and domestic abuse, he's able to relate the events in a way that not only educates the listener about the horrible cruelty that crippled a country under the laws of ...
Veronica will tell you what goodre@ds will not
Veronica will tell you what goodre@ds will not rated it
4.0 Light, sexy Fantasy for the beach.
Alex Roe as Rome****4 AMAZING, Yet unsafe STARS****Coming from my monogamist, perverted little heart it's almost like a gazillion stars. I'm not joking, when a book is tagged as romance I get picky and I need possessive heroes and commited heroines. I rarely give 5 stars to unsafe books (ACOMAF was ...
Veronica will tell you what goodre@ds will not
Veronica will tell you what goodre@ds will not rated it
0.5 R@pe, Pedophili@ and Incest
WARNINGS WARNINGS I don't recommend this book if you feel uncomfortable with books that depict graphically* Pedophilia/rape [ A 9 year old girl forced to marry and later bear a child to a grown man (hide spoiler)]* Incest/child abuse [ The Buendia family members are constantly falling in love with c...
Chris Blocker
Chris Blocker rated it
5.0 Review: Asymmetry
"As soon as you are born the sand starts falling and only by demanding to be remembered do you stand a chance of it being upturned again and again."I think Asymmetry may have a tough time finding its audience. It’s a difficult book for the casual reader in some ways: the prose is simple enough, but ...
Thewanderingjew rated it
3.0 A different approach to the Holocaust. Concentration Camps were not the major theme.
We Were The Lucky Ones, Georgia Hunter Author; Robert Fass, Kathleen Gati, narrators This novel is based on a family that miraculously survived intact, after suffering unspeakable hardship and danger beginning in 1939 with Hitler’s rise to power and continuing some years after the end of World War I...
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