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cuddledude

Dennis Bruns: LOVING FREEDOM

This book is very interesting. This book is about a young girl who was a slave in a Cambodian communist labor camp. It explains her life in the labor camp as well as her life afterwards. I found this book to be very inspirational. Everybody of all ages should read this book.

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lilygold76

RE: L.B.E. Cowman, Updated by Jim Reimann: Streams in the Desert

I agree with you,I have 3 volumes of them,its been a comfort for me for so many years.Thank you for mentioning it here.
Bless you.angel

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steady_man

RE: Robert Louis Stevenson: Treasure Island

He was a very unusual man and dies on Samoa I think. He was Scottish but due to ill health lived in several places like Europe, California and the South Seas.
Few know he had a deep philosophical side and wrote some mysterious tales just called Fables. One was called Song of the Morrow and was a favourite of PD Ouspensky and is quite mystical.
Cheers, R.

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ladylumps70

RE: E L James: Fifty shades of grey

I only read this 1st book from this series. I didn't care for the story at all. For those that are familiar with the Twilight series, this book was actually written as fan fiction for the characters in the Twilight series. E.L. James just changed it up and renamed characters. If this book got you into the lifestyle then I suggest you find other books such as Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns.

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rhythm801

RE: God: The Holy Bible

My new years resolution was to put Him first in my life. The dead sea scrolls had copies of Isaiah and verified the message of the old testament, it is a know fact. I guess that people don't accept him and reject him at times. A lot of people have gone into the occult and that is perhaps the part of man's sin. Covid 19 is a judgement on man . In Matthew 24, Jesus talks about the future will have epidemics.

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RE: God: The Holy Bible

The Holy Bible?
Well i have huge doubts about what's written in the Bible,since in the current Bible haven't been added the Dead Sea scroll's,not to mention the translation since Ancient Latin today isn't spoken anywhere in the world.
So Bananas
banana banana banana banana

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RE: Edward Hite Jr: HOW IT WORKS

One thing humans never ever do..
Learn from past and history.
Change times but most of the people are still subdued by few and those few call it democracy.
Fact that...Not fiction.
So BANANAS
banana banana banana banana

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friendorfoe

James Stephens: charwomans daughter

I did this for leaving cert and I remember I loved it then.and still do

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arnestion

RE: John Grisham: King of Torts

A wonderful and delightful book, I love it incredibly! I read it in one breath for several weeks in the evenings. Now I am reading a similar book which, in principle, is quite similar in writing style. I advise you to read Houseboy too, I think you will like it too, taking into account what you advised King of Torts.

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arnestion
Yellowtail

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HACKER PURCHASING ADULT MOVIES IN A HOTEL ROOM

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Yellowtail
Yellowtail

Dan Brown: Digital Fortress

This book is full of on the edge of your chair suspense. Each time I put it down I couldn't wait to get back to it. If you're interested in code-breaking machines and the National Security Agency this is the book for you.

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Dan Brown: Digital Fortress

This book is full of on the edge of your chair suspense. Each time I put it down I couldn't wait to get back to it. If you're interested in code-breaking machines and the National Security Agency this is the book for you.

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Ciccy

RE: God: The Holy Bible

Was and is the best book to read

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RE: Ayn Rand: Atlas Shrugged

Ayn Rand was a Russian-Jewish immigrant. As such, she came from a different social upbringing that, as occurs with any child that grows into adulthood, conveyed unto her thinking processes a certain style and attitude while being in life. Life in Russia during her early years was a bit harsh, to say the least. Ms. Rand was 12 when the Russian Revolution erupted, 26 when she immigrated to the U.S. At least read the Wikipedia article on her to get a beginning feel of who she was, which might begin to shed some light on her writing style. Let the truth be known! Check out her book entitled, "Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal."

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Taralyn

RE: Rhonda Byrne: The Secret

Although it's not for everyone, this book helps the reader remember that a little positivity goes a long way. It changes some lives, it doesn't affect some but unless you are willing to open up and believe in possibilities, this book will do nothing for you. Don't try and ruin the experience for others who may benefit with a little altered thinking.

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John Grisham: King of Torts

I liked the book very much.

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RE: Mark Schultz: Foxcatcher: The True Story of My Brother's Murder

Yes you are right there ...I have the DVD of that story too ... it is excellent... !!wave

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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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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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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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germanspitz

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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