Official Review: Closure by Tasche Laine

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Re: Official Review: Closure by Tasche Laine

Post by Selle0093 » 21 Jun 2018, 04:41

Many challenges serves as a big impact to every one's life. Different situations, different people which also includes love and the friendship that they've built. While I was reading it, I can feel the message because I can relate to it due to experience. It's very inspiring to know how important is our life and how we are going to face it together with the people around us. Every challenges that we may face would be a greatest blessing and it would be worth it.

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Post by Cecilia_L » 21 Jun 2018, 15:37

This sounds like a very sweet story and one that I probably like. However, I can't help wonder if I would experience the same frustration you did! Thanks for your descriptive review.

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