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on Oct. 22, 2012 :
Hi. I read this because I saw A one star review on barnes and noble and decided to check this out. The review said it was badly written. Well, that is crap for a start. I know I am king of the typo's but i spotted only one. A y missing off a they. Confused it said. I don't think so. This book has a serious message. This is an underated story. Okay, if i was going to kill myself, I might read this so i went through with it, which is the opposite of what this writer intended, I'm sure. Ms schulz is a gifted wordsmith with a deeply personal message of hope to convey. I read this story impartially and I saw much technical ability in her writing that merits more credit than she is getting.
Margarete. please lighten up; inspire us with your ability as a gifted writer and make us fans of yours. God bless, Gary Weston
(review of free book)