Featured Official Review: The Knucklehead & Other Stories

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Kwesi Frimpong
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Re: Featured Official Review: The Knucklehead & Other Stories

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I really liked your review, it is light and so alluring that now I want to read the mentioned book. Great review.

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It would seem that this book does well to explore life in the past and the future. The review is a good one. Good writing.

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Post by Moocow1213 »

This review is gripping, and pulls me in to want to read this exciting fun book. Thankyou for the review and congrats to the author of the book who seems to have taken a large amount of time writing this exciting piece. I will definitely be checking out this book.

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Post by Bigwig1973 »

That's a great review! I'm for sure putting this on my list. Your use of language is wonderful!
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If after reading you searched for more books by Lance, then this must have been a good one. Thanks for the great review.

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When I am reading a book, I'm always fascinated with stories that challenge me to make greater efforts in discovering trivials contained in the book. This book reminds me that learning isn't isolated in school but it's you who decides to stop. Thanks for the great review.

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You had me at "nerd perfection". Thank you for such a personalized and informative review!
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I love a book that pushes me to read more. From the review I can tell that this is one of those books. A book that effortlessly brings out themes of theology, history and science, is my kind of book. I have a niece who just turned 19 and I have a feeling she would love this. Can not wait to read this with her and have a little discussion on it as well.

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