Featured Official Review: E M P Honeymoon by Dorothy May Mercer [December 2019 Book of the Month]

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Kyoks wrote:
18 Jun 2019, 09:17
It is a great book to read. I love it and definitely going to get a copy to read because it sounds interesting and exciting.
Thank you for the recommendation and that was a wonderful review.
Thank you for reading my review. I do hope you enjoy the book as much as I did.
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I enjoy fast-paced stories. Your review felt like I am watching this story in a movie, especially, the part about gaining weight - very descriptive. A honeymoon vacation turned sour? Gosh! that makes me shiver!
Thanks for the interesting review!

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aolayide wrote:
19 Jun 2019, 08:02
I enjoy fast-paced stories. Your review felt like I am watching this story in a movie, especially, the part about gaining weight - very descriptive. A honeymoon vacation turned sour? Gosh! that makes me shiver!
Thanks for the interesting review!
Well, it didn't necessarily turn sour - it just got a bit more interesting. :) Thanks for your comment.
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I was intrigued by the cover and title of this book. Based on your review, I think I might have to check this one out. Thanks for the review!

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Review much appreciated. It's light, with action and adventure. Perfect! With my months long convalescence, it's just up my street. Cheers ❣

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22 Oct 2019, 12:40
Review much appreciated. It's light, with action and adventure. Perfect! With my months long convalescence, it's just up my street. Cheers ❣
I hope you do. I did enjoy it. She's got a unique writing style. Thanks.
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I really like books which are short so that I can finish it in a day. I don't like to put a book in midway because of shortage of time. It's funny and realistic so I will definitely check it out. Thanks for the review!

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SHALLU RAWAL wrote:
27 Oct 2019, 21:49
I really like books which are short so that I can finish it in a day. I don't like to put a book in midway because of shortage of time. It's funny and realistic so I will definitely check it out. Thanks for the review!
I hope you find time to read and enjoy this! Thanks for your comment.
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I am reading this book right now and I really couldn't agree with you more. The pace was hectic. Any faster and I would have been out of breath. Thanks for your great review.
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Jimi Adewole wrote:
06 Nov 2019, 04:12
I am reading this book right now and I really couldn't agree with you more. The pace was hectic. Any faster and I would have been out of breath. Thanks for your great review.
I hope you enjoy it! Thanks so much.
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I liked Sue Lynn's characters as well. I think she was really well written. Great review.
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AntonelaMaria wrote:
07 Nov 2019, 16:15
I liked Sue Lynn's characters as well. I think she was really well written. Great review.
I really should read the other books by Ms. Mercer as I like how the characters connect. Thanks!
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I almost want to read the book just because of this review! There are other points of interest, though, like that light-heartedness you mentioned. And what a plot! This sounds like it might be fun to read. Great job!
Smile. There. Isn't that better? :D

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Kenesha L Fowler wrote:
15 Nov 2019, 13:19
I almost want to read the book just because of this review! There are other points of interest, though, like that light-heartedness you mentioned. And what a plot! This sounds like it might be fun to read. Great job!
She definitely has her own style. It's an interesting book. I do recommend you read it. Thanks!
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I read the book, I totally agreed with your review. a lot of character, so many unnecessary scenes. thanks to the subheading, one would have got lost while reading.

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