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Drema J. Reed is presently a student at Portland State University, majoring in Anthropology/Archaeology. After some forty years working in the medical field, both in the United States and in the Middle East, she retired and decided to try something new: writing this book, which was her first literary attempt. She lives in the Pacific Northwest near her three children, four grandchildren, and a plethora of friends.
on Dec. 28, 2013 :
I can't rate this as I the download I got is virtually unreadable.
Don't know if others had this problem.
The problem: a sans serif typeface is very hard to read as a full page as the letters don't track across. The lines of type are so close together that the descending tails of 'g', 'y', 'p', etc. touch and at times overlap the ascenders (a typesetting word) of 'l', 't', 'b', etc.
I went into another mode and switched it to a standard serif typeface, but again, as the lines of type were so close, the same problem existed.
I thought I'd wait and see if this book is reformatted. It looks to be interesting.
(reviewed long after purchase)