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Review Date: 3/13/2012
"I thought the story read a little slow - but nice reading. The family is based in the Southern traditions with love and sorrow. It's a story of how emotions emerge from within the inner self.
The death of a mother, emerging love, and realization of life's slow but eventual twists and turns."
EscapeAuthor: Book Type: Paperback26
Review Date: 6/14/2012
"When I read about the lives of women in a polygamous groups...how they are abused and mistreated as well as their children, I shutter to think this is all in the name of religion! How sad that they can't see that God is a loving God and not one all about confessions and pain, reprisals and being used as cattle.
Personally, I cannot understand why anyone would subject themselves to this type of treatment for any reason, cause, or person! Such a story of inhumane treatment only made me read fast to end this travail. I was sickened by this book.
I'm happy for Carolyn Jessop that she was able to escape from this family - bravo!! This book has certainly made me realize why the Feds have made raids on compounds in Texas and had Warren Jeffs on the Most Wanted List."
Review Date: 6/3/2012
"Kids growing up ......friendship, politics and death. The events of life and how it affected two families and two best friends."
Review Date: 5/26/2012
"A young lady seemed to have missed a link in her life ....a space left open by the fact her mother had left with no explanation when she was five. Life could not be as it should be until Paige had connected the dots ---there she answered the questions, am I like my Mother, will I abandon my family as well?
Once she found and lived with her Mother the cloud seemed to clear regarding herself and the love of home became very important. Most importantly she became important and necessary in her home with her own family. A story of rekindled love between husband and wife as Paige found her niche in life and her self-worth."
Review Date: 4/21/2012
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"I think the story is there - but I could not endure the writer's technique. I could not finish the book due to it dragging with so much gobblily gook within the story - backwards, forewards, and sideways it went - never consistent with a story line."
Review Date: 7/16/2012
"This is a wonderful cookbook for Louisiana recipes. I use it all the time and it has for many years been a favorite of mine. Easy and tasty recipes."
Review Date: 1/8/2012
"I found this book gripping in suspense without "catching on" until almost the last page........I liked it a lot."
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