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Review Date: 8/6/2010
I loved it. Each Sookie Stackhouse book gets more exciting than the previous. There's a combination of old and new characters with lots of action and intrigue.
Review Date: 3/27/2012
I loved the book. The characters were well developed and interesting. I was just a teenager living on the West Coast in 1962 and had no idea this was the way of life in the south. This brought to light why there was so much unrest in the south. It explains a lot. I normally read in the evening before retiring but one day I didn't have much to do and spent the entire day reading the book. That's how much I enjoyed it. I am also not putting it back on Paper Back Swap as I know I want to read it again.
Review Date: 10/4/2008
Helpful Score: 1
This is a wonderful heart warming series of books about Father Tim and the people in his congregation and small town of Mitford. It chronicles the ups and downs, good and bad that happens to the residents of the town. I highly recommend this series to anyone wanting to read stories full of humor, some disappointments and a few tears but in the end leaves you feeling good.
Review Date: 11/23/2011
The book gives a very good overview of how signs appear in our lives. It was interesting because knowing the ways signs appear,you can be more conscious of messages you are receiving. The majority of the book is a sign dictionary. Although no sign dictionary can cover everything this one is good.
Review Date: 12/28/2009
Hanilton gets better with every book.
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