Book Reviews of Scrap Everything

Scrap Everything
Scrap Everything
Author: Leslie Gould
ISBN-13: 9781400071531
ISBN-10: 1400071534
Publication Date: 10/10/2006
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: WaterBrook Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Only read this book if you like dialogue. There is not much narrative or exposition in this story, just lots and lots of short dialogues between characters. I felt the characterizations were very weak and the ending of the book was contrived. Not one of my favorites. The characters are involved in scrapbooking (hence the title) and one owns a scrapbook store.
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Great story of friendship, how they start, grow, and change. Will warm your heart!
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I thought this book was wonderful. A good store of in and outs new of friendship and how God works with us thruour friends.
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A fantastic book about acceptance...of situations, circumstances, and of people. Two women are led together through their circumstances and their children and through scrapbooking. A delight to read!
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Love this book! Leslie tells a beautiful story about the courage of women and how... no matter how old we are... we always need friends!
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I expected more of this book and came up a little disappointed. I wanted more from the storyline than lots of conversation. She needed to flesh her characters out a bit more. I am not sorry I read it and will read more by her.
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It was hard to get into at first, but once it got over the first few chapters, I enjoyed it. I'd be curious to see if the author writes a sequel.
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Excellent book! It kept me wanting more. It showed the importance of true friendship.