Official Review: Guardian of Deceit by William H. Coles

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Re: Official Review: Guardian of Deceit by William H. Coles

Post by Yaone » 06 Sep 2017, 00:30

An inspiring book indeed, from rags to riches. We are responsible for our own fate.

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Post by CatInTheHat » 06 Sep 2017, 08:17

Nancy Salgado wrote:Excelent review, i believe it has been very deep, you make a short story about a boy trying to survive to intense situations that he never expected to live in; that is the real life, those situations that makes you soft or hard, i wish you the best, but it i think that if you didn´t find issues with the gramma, spelling, types or odd wording, your punctuation would be better.
My punctuation? In the review?
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Post by charlesjr2 » 07 Sep 2017, 07:57

I really like your review a lot. And this seems like a very intresting and educating book to read. Thanks for the review!

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Post by Mtsweni Nelsy » 07 Sep 2017, 12:00

That is an interesting book you reviewed there! I wonder how Darwin settles in her uncle's place,and the events that unfold in his life as he grows. I better get the book to find out.

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Post by KepawouMarieLaure » 08 Sep 2017, 04:05

Pls people tell me how this money issue works cuz I am not seeing anything like making money all I know is the I am saving books to read later. So please you people should help me explain more.

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Post by raymondjoe » 08 Sep 2017, 05:55

this book just keep getting interesting with comedy passion, love and romance altogether. thanks

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Post by CatInTheHat » 08 Sep 2017, 07:42

KepawouMarieLaure wrote:Pls people tell me how this money issue works cuz I am not seeing anything like making money all I know is the I am saving books to read later. So please you people should help me explain more.
You can eventually make money by joining the Review Team and writing high quality reviews. There is a link on the main page, https://onlinebookclub.org/, that will give you more information about the Review Team.

-- September 8th, 2017, 8:43 am --
Yaone wrote:An inspiring book indeed, from rags to riches. We are responsible for our own fate.
This really isn't a rags to riches story. Darwin came from money but was orphaned at a young age.
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Post by chiaraschreave » 09 Sep 2017, 07:13

sounds interesting, thank for the review

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Post by readandsmile » 10 Sep 2017, 05:52

Yaone wrote:An inspiring book indeed, from rags to riches. We are responsible for our own fate.
I agree with you! poverty is not a hindrance to achieve our dreams.
READING is a healing.
=read and smile=

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Post by CatInTheHat » 10 Sep 2017, 10:47

readandsmile wrote: I agree with you! poverty is not a hindrance to achieve our dreams.
This is not a rags to riches story. Darwin, the boy who was orphaned, came from a wealthy family. His new guardian is also wealthy.
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Post by Elle Howard » 10 Sep 2017, 16:45

I have been debating about reading this book. I was not sure how dark the tale would go. But ou have made it sound very inviting. I will add this one to my bookshelf. It sounds like a really good read during a winter storm.
Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for him.
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Post by CatInTheHat » 10 Sep 2017, 17:03

The Dizzy Diva wrote:I have been debating about reading this book. I was not sure how dark the tale would go. But ou have made it sound very inviting. I will add this one to my bookshelf. It sounds like a really good read during a winter storm.
I wouldn't consider this book "dark". It would be a great read when you are all snuggled up, in front of the fireplace!
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Post by jeminah28 » 11 Sep 2017, 04:45

There are people that are so blessed like Darwin. Even if bad things happen but God will make a way for us to survive. Thank's Cat. I learned in your review.
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Post by Ljessup » 11 Sep 2017, 21:38

This is a fantastic review. I keep coming back and reading it over again and each time I want to read this book more and more. You did a great job and definitely make readers want to try this out. I am finally going to! Well done.

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Post by CatInTheHat » 12 Sep 2017, 07:53

Ljessup wrote:This is a fantastic review. I keep coming back and reading it over again and each time I want to read this book more and more. You did a great job and definitely make readers want to try this out. I am finally going to! Well done.
It sounds like this is one that you will really enjoy. I hope you'll share your thoughts on it after you've read it.
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