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capehorner

RE: John Boyne: The Boy In The Stripped Pyjamas..

what a pity none of the commentators ever had any first-hand experience of living & probably dying in Nazi Germany or Nazi occupied territories - or have at least visited Auschwitz or the U.S. Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C.

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capehorner

RE: John Boyne: The Boy In The Stripped Pyjamas..

what a pity none of the commentators ever had any first-hand experience of living & probably dying in Nazi Germany or Nazi occupied territories - or have at least visited Auschwitz or the U.S. Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C.

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capehorner
FairyTree22
Caprikious

RE: Wayne Dyer: The Power of Intention

I will tell you what you like to hear for half the price.

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CleverCreations

RE: William P. Young: The Shack

Great book! An unbelievable story told in such a believable way. In the audible version, there is an interview with the author at the end of the book. He has sold 4 million copies printed out of a garage, and an advertising budget of three hundred bucks. I can see that with this book. Very thought-provoking ideas about relationships.

J

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CleverCreations

RE: William P. Young: The Shack

I followed the link to Amazon. I was intrigued by the storyline, I am an Audible junky and was glad to see an Audible version. The sample was well-read and the narrators' voice was an easy listen. I will let you!
~Janet

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Caprikious

RE: Rhonda Byrne: The Secret

When y'all arrive, You must tell me where you got to.

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PixelT
ChemCA82

RE: Valerie Ann Worwood: The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy

Hmmm, Interesting I for fun extract the Oils and ester (natural chemicals) as a hobby to make scents. I made many Instructables on how to distill got in total 2500 views.

Distilling Oils is a bit different and it a 150 dollar piece of equipment with proper heating (good hotplate) lab grade.

I tried Storax, Cinnamon, Coffee, Ginger, Pie mixes, and made exotic aromas and even tried Soaps like Nutmeg soap.

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RE: Jojo Moyes: Me Before You

Love this author. Have read most of her books and she is so readable.

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bardometer

Leon Uris: The Haj

This novel should serve as an enlightening wake-up call to anyone ignorant of the many ways a repressive culture fueled by a hateful religion can and does misshape the mind of the common Abdul. Leon Uris masterfully demonstrates the depth of insanity that marked the Arab culture back then and probably continues to this day.

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RE: king james version: Holy Bible

Nearly every year, legit Biblical scholars are making new archeological discoveries that continue to construct an ever-increasing body of evidence in support of many of the Bible's statements, claims, and stories. However, some of the events that it reports, such as the great flood, may have been passed down from previous civilizations, like the Sumerians, or possibly from an even older civilization that is yet to be proven to have existed, such as the mythical Atlanteans. professor

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Personal_care

RE: George Orwell: Animal Farm

@ clara1956 I was wondering if you aren't mixing up The book Animal Farm with the novel 1984 from the same author?? In his novel 1984 he is writing about a state controlled by a supercomputer ' Big brother' that prescribes and rules men's life. In Animal Farm it are the animals that revolt against their bad life by the human people.It's an allegory of the October Revolution in Russia told as a fable. G.Orwell was a visionary who knew the human world very well.
His books are great!

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RE: William Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Lol bet lipsee never read a Shakespeare play .....because if he did hed know its pretty hard going to understand it . I had a friend left school at 14 yrs shes on dating site saying she has a degree . She did adult education course to get carers work . She meets guy off a dating site . He is actually university lecturer in the field she pretends to have degree in . They're having dinner first date she tells him she can't remember what she did in her degree !!!! No second date .So online there are people like her . She wouldn't be described as a scammer but a liar . What's the point pretending youre something youre not.? Youll get caught out worst part is when other person feels lied to taken advantage of . There's no shame in admitting you don't know something . I don't have a degree . Sometimes when I'm with person with degree I might not understand something I just say I don't understand that . People happy to explain and you're happy to learn . Just be yourself be honest . You dont have to lie honesty is always the best way . If you're caught lying the trust is gone immediately.
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RE: Lewis Carroll: Alice in Wonderland

I think most people today realize that Lewis Carroll's relationship with the real Alice was most likely inappropriate and that he was likely a paedophile . He was obsessed with Alice and the whole book could be viewed as a convoluted fairy tale he made up actually describing s*xual abuse of a child . I know when I read it as a young teenager I felt confused and unsettled by it . Alice's parents banned Carroll from contact with their daughter for a l6ing period of a year or so but he wheedled his way back in His photographs of Alice posing semi naked aS a little girl would be viewed very differently today now we are aware of paedophilia and the grooming process.

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Ken Follett: Pillars of the Earth

Loved it. Kept me on the edge of my chair scared of what might happen next.

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Caprikious

RE: Sir Bertrand Russell: Porqué No Soy Cristiano

Russell Is great. Atwell is an ahistorical poser, with a charming theory. doh

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timotie

RE: CS Lewis: Perelandra

Sweet Loving Kind Caring Decent Mannered Graceful Gorgeous Dearest OD. angel
Your Smiling Face Is Indication of Open_doors.
The man will be lucky whom you select. cheering
Live Long Happy Healthy and Blessed.
Love kiss Care bouquet Respect handshake
Tim

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caringheart13
garyfanneli

Lynn Champion, Judy Scott-Kemmis: color of sex

Evidently, color, humans and love are all interdependent. The book shows that men are primordial when it
comes to color and this is why they are majorly attracted to females that wear red (Champion & Scott-Kemmis,
1999). In this case, red is considered as a color that represents s*xual desire, love and passion. The color is
also used in romantic events to emphasize on the role it plays on partners in a relationship.

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germantourist
Caprikious

RE: god: the holly bible

The only book you will ever need for creative ideas for the use of Holly.

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AnnyBee1

AnnyBee1: The Tell Tales Of Tails

Updating as the time goes by. Keep enjoying and leave a comment.::wave:

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AnnyBee1

AnnyBee1: The Tell Tales of Tails

Sorry guys corrections being made I just wrote it as the words came to me. Should improve as time goes by. Keep reading .cheers

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Jjky345

RE: John Sandford: Hidden Prey

Love John Sandford "Prey" books and now hooked on that "Fn Flowers"...

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EasygoingLad

RE: Kim Kardashian: Selfish

Terrible Mother She should be ashamed of herself doing a sex tape just to get famous , says a lot about the person ...waste of paper and ink barf

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RE: dan brown: da vinci code

Yes gripping couldn't wait to get to the end ......what a let down ......

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Nelly550

RE: JIMMY LAWRENCE: WORLD CUP FOR SALE

I am looking for a truthful and honest man. Who is very sincere and respectful. I also hope him to be very faithful and ready to be devoted a lot to his future family. He must be very confident in himself. I want him to be my best friend the whole life long. I want to share with him everything, all my thoughts and dreams.

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Simpatica
Fiammifero
ADAMMANT

JIMMY LAWRENCE: WORLD CUP FOR SALE

Great read for followers of the last world cup in Russia AND HAD A FEELING THAT SOMETHING JUST WASN'T QUITE RIGHT.
The farcical penalty kick that turned the game France's way after several minutes of mind changing deliberation no doubt set some people up financialy for the rest of their lives given the vast amounts of money swilling around the game today,

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mason331
john17021984

John Ginesi: Ghost Of The Titanic (The Book)

I wrote this story when I was in hospital but never ever published it. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it. The Titanic was a tragedy but I always think fondly of the ill fated ship, I also wrote another short story "Titanic In New York" a what if story, were it never hit the iceberg but was destroyed by conspirator for insurance money.

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