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Review of His Final Answer

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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "His Final Answer" by Christopher D White & Jennifer Curran.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Life is not a bed of roses. Life is tough, and no matter how much we wish for things to be perfect, they just cannot be so. At some point in everyone's life, death will come. However, the consequences that follow the death of a loved one may be cancerous if not properly handled. And that is grief. People grieve differently. And it is important to remember that, no matter what happens, life should always go on. His Final Answer is a beautiful and touching story of Daniel Pallson, who lost his only son, Thomas Pallson, in his early twenties. For twenty years, Daniel was not able to overcome the grief that followed this tragedy. He became aggressive toward his brother and wife and pushed everyone away. The consequences that followed his actions were dire, and everyone around him suffered in the process. To find out how the story unfolds, grab a copy of His Final Answer by Christopher D. White and Jennifer Curran. 
 
Losing a child is one of the worst tragedies life has to offer. And many people suffer from this. The book is a fictitious story based on the real-life experiences of one of the author's best friends. Christopher White heard from his friend for the first time that he actually lost his son. This was shocking to Christopher because his friend was always cheerful, and it never once showed that he was going through such a tough time. This story motivated him to write this book and expose a part of reality people seldom talk about.   
 
I enjoyed reading this book because there was a crucial message to learn. The writing pattern was so clear and concise, and the characters all gained equal attention. One very praiseworthy thing was the pictures that were inserted. This made my imagination vivid, and the story came alive even more. The plot itself was well developed, and the characters were easy to love and understand because each one had their distinct personalities.  
 
I give His Final Answer a perfect rating of 5 out of 5 stars for the reasons mentioned above, and it is my pleasure to say that I found nothing to criticize or dislike in this book. It is excellently edited, and the pictures are unforgettable. I recommend this book to many who are currently dealing with the loss of a loved one.

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Post by Naushin Moledina »

“Life is not a bed of roses. Life is tough, and no matter how much we wish for things to be perfect, they just cannot be so.” This line was enough for me to read this review further. It is true that life can be pretty bad at some times but we need to move on. The book seems a promising read according to your review. Thank you for a wonderful review.
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Post by Charmaine Mahlangu »

Your correct . Life is filled with the unexpected no matter how much we plan for it. Losing a child on the other hand ... I do not wish that on anyone. It's true we don't grieve the same way . This is a lovely review. We would also like to know what you have learnt from the book or how it has impacted you . Great job though.
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Post by Loner Pen »

Well, after reading this review, it seems like "His Final Answer" is a truly touching and beautifully written book. The author skillfully addresses the reality of grief and the consequences it can have on a person's life. The fact that the story is based on real-life experiences adds to its authenticity. The inclusion of pictures also enhances the reading experience, making it more engaging. Overall, this book seems like a solid read, and I would definitely consider giving it a try, especially for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Gripping suspense, kept me eagerly turning pages.
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