Good Conversation Starter
I enjoy reading and sharing books about individuals that are different from everyone else with my children, so when I saw this one about a deaf child, I immediately nabbed it.
My kids were so excited to read it
‘I am Proud of Who I am: I hope you are too’ Book 2 is a continuation of the books in the ‘I am Proud’ series. A total of 15 books are to be completed.
Don't know what this is
First, get the cover re-done, it's as ridiculous as the story.
High Creep Factor...
...in more ways than one.
Interesting But Rushed
A typical near-first-meeting romance but with a little more involved story with Silas and his step-brother.
A teen loses his mom, becomes disillusioned with his father and finds solace (of a sort) in a Ancient-Egyptian lore-spouting older waitress.
Kassim Is A Protagonist...
...that's easy to like.
I Need To Read Book 1
...to get the full impact of this story, I think.
Lost Me At Perpetual Bad Breath
I get the concept of the KETO diet, but there are elements that are very unappealing.
...I picked up the book to read because the covers of this series are well-done.
I appreciated what the author had to say, although I'm not certain that there was anything new here, except the approach.
Doesn't Cater, Straight Talk
I appreciated that the author didn't pussyfoot around people's feelings in this, rather went for the heart of the matter in a no-nonsense, direct approach that provided timely proven techniques for succeeding.
It's the 1940s and there's a lot happening...in this book.
Wasn't Really Certain About This One
The stories were okay (the typical that you find nowadays. Redundant).
A Lot of Heart and Help
As a survivor of a narcissistic relationship, the information in this book hit home.
I wrote a review demonstrating how terrible this book was written, but Amazon rejected the initial review because I used an abbreviation of the foul language used in the book. So, here I go again with a less detailed review.