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review 2015-05-01 19:59
The Truth According to US
The Truth According to Us - Annie Barrows

 

Title: The Truth According to Us
Author: Annie Barrows
Publisher: Random House
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: Five
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"The Truth According To Us" by Annie Barrows

What I liked about the novel....
This was a very well written story of just how secrets were kept in this Depression era West Virginia town that were brought out by a young woman assigned by the Roosevelt Writer Project to research this towns Macedonia history for its 150th birthday. The stories that were brought out were simply amazing especially for one family ...The Romeyn's. I found the characters were well developed, defined, well portrayed and believable giving the reader a fascinating read up to the point of making the reader feel that they are engaging into some of the conversations.

"The Truth According to Us" was quite a read of what loyalty was to a family, along with family love, and characters with secrets. Then by the end of the read we will see redemption, forgiveness and most of all hope that will come into play....All giving the reader a good read.
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review 2015-02-24 16:08
Minerva's Fox by Kristina Baer

‘Minerva’s Fox’ is a captivating story of one woman’s journey to understand herself and come to terms with her past. 

 

When Malorie Ellsworth finds herself in a small village in France, she finally seems to be finding her way. With a traumatic childhood and a rough spell of graduate school behind her, Malorie looks forward to a future in garden design and a full life back in the States.  Although she is a success in her field, she is facing difficult times at home and when an old lover resurfaces, she must stop running and meet her past head on.

 

Kristina Baer’s story of a woman finding her way is beautifully written, finely balanced and impossible to forget.

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review 2014-07-23 16:58
Baby Carrots - Carrots of Wisdom for Little Ones
Baby Carrots: Carrots of Wisdom for Little Ones - Sondra Perry

Your kids will love getting to know all the critters that visit and live in the Perry’s Garden!

 

In the most recent addition to the Kids Carrot Book Series your children will learn valuable life lessons from the wise, old Henry the Heron himself! With clear messages and fun adventures along the way, Baby Carrots is a perfect way to start some of the most important conversations with your children.  

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review 2014-07-23 16:53
Baby Carrots - Carrots of Wisdom for Little Ones

Your kids will love getting to know all the critters that visit and live in the Perry’s Garden!

 

In the most recent addition to the Kids Carrot Book Series your children will learn valuable life lessons from the wise, old Henry the Heron himself! With clear messages and fun adventures along the way, Baby Carrots is a perfect way to start some of the most important conversations with your children.  

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review 2014-05-06 16:57
Engaging the Dragon
Engaging the Dragon: A Man's Guide to Happiness in the Garden of Eden - Richard Harry Gatley

Do you ever feel trapped within your relationship and  feel that no matter what you try do to improve upon a strained situation, it always makes it worse? Relationships with a committed partner are the most important in our lives, but they can also be the cause of the most stress and conflict. So how do you avoid digging yourself in a hole and actually begin to repair your relationship?


In “Engaging the Dragon,” Richard Gatley provides this timely and effective manual to help explain the psychological differences between men and women, and how to successfully map communication with each other. Attacking the topic can seem like confronting a fire-breathing beast, but Gatley’s book is just the armor that you need to tackle the situation with confidence. With witty, thought-out wisdom, Gatley shows where the pitfalls of relationships are created and demonstrates how to avoid them. Relationships can never be expected to be ideal, but Gatley proves that with the right tools and attention to communicating effectively, couples can close the gaps between them and build a stronger relationship together.

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