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 MichelleP1708 » 13 Sep 2017, 11:24

Thanks for the review! I was recently recommended to read something by Cole and might have to check this one out.

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Post by KlareAllison » 15 Sep 2017, 15:17

Mercy Bolo wrote:Life can hand you lemons at times. You only break through if you can make lemonade.

I totally agree with you, Mercy Bolo. It's really not all about what life hands to us, but, what we have been able to do with what life delivers. I think Darwin, in this instance, handled the adversities of life appreciatively well.
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Post by Kinnera » 18 Sep 2017, 07:38

It does sound interesting, and off the beat. I look forward to reading this book and thanks for the wonderful review!

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Post by 0719672189 » 20 Sep 2017, 23:38

Its really encouraging when an author gives us such wonderful stories,thanks for the great review.

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Post by Colleen0701 » 22 Sep 2017, 09:10

I'm sorry, I disagree with the review. On the other hand I was overly harsh and came across as condescending. For that I apologise Mr. Coles :no-spoil:
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Post by CatInTheHat » 22 Sep 2017, 09:42

Colleen0701 wrote:I'm sorry, I disagree with the review. On the other hand I was overly harsh and came across as condescending. For that I apologise Mr. Coles :no-spoil:
To each his own; Coles is now one of my favorite authors. I thought Guardian of Deceit was a stellar novel.
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Post by Riptidemom8 » 22 Sep 2017, 11:11

Great review, sounds fascinating. I love a book that captures my attention from the beginning.

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Post by Oliver Ekaso » 24 Sep 2017, 15:53

A good review. In the game of survival, you often come across people with different characters. Nothing molds one better than experience.

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Post by Sarah Tariq » 27 Sep 2017, 01:06

No doubt such books open ones imagination that how people are living in this world facing ups and downs in their life. It is worth reading book and the review has comprehensively covered this book.
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Post by KeriCraven » 27 Sep 2017, 18:15

This sounds like a very well written coming of age story. It seems that the author pulls the reader in with many questions anyone could ask about their own life. Thank you for the review. Very well written

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Post by Cloe101 » 28 Sep 2017, 13:10

It sounds like a lovely book, I will surely look forward to reading it, great job with the review.
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Post by Job Njoroge » 30 Sep 2017, 07:09

That's a great read, the book shows that relationships don't just happen in a single day as most movies depict but that they are a long-term affair. Also the Author has shown some of the problems facing the society i.e. being brought up in poor condition. Thanks for the review

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Post by mhizjb » 01 Oct 2017, 11:15

Well its kinda cute ...the cat in a hat,

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Post by hepto » 04 Oct 2017, 05:27

A coming-of-age story reveals a smart and strong-willed teen becoming a man in a new and unfamiliar environment.An exhilarating family tale when concentrating on the main characters, but the relationship fireworks and intrigue feel ordinary.

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Post by alabsheunson » 11 Oct 2017, 00:59

I love this book so interesting indeed.

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