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  • Patty (boston, ma) - Amazing book

    This book is just incredibly sad and amazing at the same time! I don't know how many times I've repeated to myself how brave she was and how someone could be so perverse with an teenage girl. Many times I had to stop reading because i was very nervous to keep going and turn the page. Its very emotional because its not fiction, its not a novel that you know it was just created by author, Its a real life and its really happened with someone. Its obvious that I am very happy that today Elizabeth is able to tell us her history and I am so happy that today she is a happy woman, but what shocked me the most is that there still exists out there other couples, other sick people, with their sick minds ruining other families and sometimes with no happy endings like Elizabeth! I am very impressed with her faith, her determination to believe and how she could, even in the worst situation, put herself in second plan and just thinking about her family, and God and all the lessons she had from her parents and again thinking like that with just 14 years old! I admire Elizabeth for her history, for the courage to share it with us and I thank her for her book, which for me was a lesson to how we need to believe, how we need to accept our lives and be thankful for what we have, for what we are and even though i don't have your faith, i really believe that after reading your book, I put more practicing on my thoughts. I wish to Elizabeth much happiness and a life full of joy:)

  • MandyPants - Recommended by my Doctor

    This book was recommended by my doctor at my son's two week check up appointment. I wish I had gotten it before he was born! There is so much useful information in here. As others mentioned, it is not a book to sit down and read front to back. It is something to reference when you have specific questions, and has saved me many calls to my doctor's office! It is easy to navigate and find exactly what you're looking for. The authors also have a sense of humor which I appreciate. Overall this is a wonderful book, and I plan on buying it as a shower gift for all of my friends when they have babies!

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    After receiving my order very promptly, and being an elderly person, I assumed I wouldn't be able to make a tooth. I inquired about how to get a refund. and received an email from the company's owner that he was sorry I was having a problem and would refund my money which he did. He also suggested I might have someone help me make one which I had my son do and my tooth turned out great. I have made a couple of extra ones on my own. It is really very easy.

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  • CC Secunda - What you didn't see on CNN

    This is one of the best books I have ever read. The book tells the story of one family's horrifying experience during Hurricane Katrina. It is almost unbelievable what this man went through, right here in the United States. I literally could not put it down! Read this and find out what really happened to the people who stayed behind to try and save their houses; don't remember seeing any of these stories on CNN or network news.

  • G. Dawson - Compelling and entertaining, as always

    Of “The Best American…” series, this one is always my favorite, and this year’s (2013) collection is no exception. These mystery stories run the gamut from police procedural, thriller, cozy mystery, and everything else you can imagine that might be loosely described as a “mystery” story. Some of the stories have more literary pretensions (e.g. Tom Barlow’s “Smothered and Covered”) and others seem focused on delivering pure entertainment (e.g. Michael Connelley’s “A Fine Mist of Blood”), but they are all suspenseful and compelling reads. I also like the length of the stories, which are perfect for reading in one sitting. Highly recommended.