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David H. Keith
on June 17, 2012 :
These are some inspiring stories, although a bit predictable and even trite, but full of optimism and hope -- both of which are in horribly short supply these days. Ms. Herzer has a refreshing take on life and love. I truly hope she never loses that.
With that said, it is obvious that English is not her first language. That's not a bad thing, mind, but it shows in her use of the niceties such as punctuation and grammar. I believe she could be a master storyteller were she to brush up on these small details - the devil being in those details.
I think this book is a much-needed respite from the doom, gloom, and alienation of today's world - her story about delivering pizza, in fact, faces that very dilemma. I strongly recommend people read this book at least once. My congratulations to Ms. Herzer.
David H. Keith
(review of free book)