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The Lightkeeper's Ball

The Lightkeeper's Ball

On 6/3 cfoxes33 wrote: The Light Keeper's Ball, a story by Colleen Coble makes me say, more please! This book explores the a young woman living in the early years of the century, as one who is asking questions of her sister and father's deaths and wanting answers. We see glimpses of flight before it was more than another ... The Lightkeeper's Ball

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5 Stars

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We Be Big

We Be Big

On 3/30 cfoxes33 wrote: We Be Big - A book review I just finished the book, WE BE BIG, THE MOSTLY TRUE STORY OF HOW TWO KIDS FROM CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA BECAME RICK & BUBBA, by Rick Burgess and Bill "Bubba" Bussey with Dick Burgess. I must tell you, it was better than I expected. Rick and Bubba each told a chapter, on how ... We Be Big

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4 Stars

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Save the Date

Save the Date

On 2/15 cfoxes33 wrote: Save the Date is a fun story about woman, a man, and how they find love in an arrangement that they seem to be going against their beliefs, and finding out that God always has a plan.  Even if they are reluctant or even running away from God, he still seems to be able to bring together with a few ... Save the Date - A Review

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5 Stars

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Lee (The Generals)

Lee (The Generals)

On 1/5 cfoxes33 wrote: When I first picked this book, I mostly picked it for my father, who loves history, especially American history. I knew that once I was done with this book, he would pick it up and read it in a snap, which he did. I did not figure on it being a book I would come to enjoy. History books are usually boring, ... Lee

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4 Stars

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Same Kind of Different As Me

Same Kind of Different As Me

On 8/16 cfoxes33 wrote: Today, I want to give a book review on a book I chose from Booksneeze.com. The title is "same kind of different as me" by Ron Hall and Denver Moore with Lynn Vincent. This book was a warm, eye-opening story of the life of a twentieth century slave and a rich man. This true story helped me see into the ... same kind of different as me

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5 Stars

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