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I have heard so many great things about this book!

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KimberlyS88 wrote:
26 Mar 2020, 09:51
I have heard so many great things about this book!
I'm not surprised considering that I made a great opinion about it.
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The title of the book "A Religion called Love" is very intriguing and beautiful. If every individual understand that the foundation of all religions is LOVE, the world will be a lot better and happier place to live. I would definitely like to read this book.

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I think the story is great it can affect the issue about with tge religious belief of the man character that was murdered

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DEEPA PUJARI wrote:
26 Mar 2020, 18:02
The title of the book "A Religion called Love" is very intriguing and beautiful. If every individual understand that the foundation of all religions is LOVE, the world will be a lot better and happier place to live. I would definitely like to read this book.
The problems seems to be in the belief created atop, or aside, love. To be frank, too often I can't see that foundation in religions.
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I love how this book tell us a fascinating story. I could not put my book down after reading this. I am really interested into a book like this because it's very suspenseful and you want to know what happens next overtime you start reading this.

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I am never love oriented to religious if you humans you do give love for other's. Love is not build religious. A pure hearts can't see anything

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It's talk about religion,about love which is very interesting.

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Karina Lalchan wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 14:48
I love how this book tell us a fascinating story. I could not put my book down after reading this. I am really interested into a book like this because it's very suspenseful and you want to know what happens next overtime you start reading this.
The twists are connected to the mystery, but not the way you might think, so even if you're en expert of the genre you get some surprises.
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vino1992 wrote:
28 Mar 2020, 00:41
I am never love oriented to religious if you humans you do give love for other's. Love is not build religious. A pure hearts can't see anything
Yes, and that's the point of this book!
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bookloverqq wrote:
28 Mar 2020, 01:54
It's talk about religion,about love which is very interesting.
In this case you'll like this book!
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It’s interesting that different views are covered in the book. It sounds like it would be appealing to a wide range of readers.

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kimmie2128 wrote:
28 Mar 2020, 09:56
It’s interesting that different views are covered in the book. It sounds like it would be appealing to a wide range of readers.
The author offers the different views so that you can reflect on them on your own.
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Sounds like this is a nonjudgmental book on love shown in a positive light like true love should be.. True love is magnificent and undying.
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gayscott wrote:
29 Mar 2020, 00:02
Sounds like this is a nonjudgmental book on love shown in a positive light like true love should be.. True love is magnificent and undying.
Yes, that sums up the novel, and the idea of love it advocates.
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