Featured Official Review: I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years

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Re: Featured Official Review: I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years

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This is amazing very sensitive! Her revealing her pain and suffering of hiding ! I love how she is revealing her personal pain for others to relate to.
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Whenever I hear about someone sharing their story, I think of their courage and in turn I am strengthened by the testimonies. As a result, I conclude that having read this review, it would be an honour to actually read this book
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What's interesting in this book is how it shed light into the concept of abortion in Christian perspective. I wonder how the author unravel the idea of putting two contrasting beliefs to understand one and the other. I like this. Thank you Cecilia for giving this wonderful review.
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Post by Ic clarish »

it is not easy to experience that.
Thanks for sharing this ..
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I can relate to this, especially in a very judgemental society with little tolerance to abortion. But God's love is ever accomodating. Thanks for the great review.
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Wow this is not what I had imagined,seeing this book name. It really was intense this goes to show about the different beliefs of the christian thinking. I must say this book was heart warming and very emotional
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Indeed, God is still in the business of making a message out of our mess. How heavy it must have been to carry a secret for years.
I am happy she was able to let it out and heal.
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She must lead her own way thou life doesn’t seem perfect or unworthy but we shall blend in to make it ethical
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The review is great, and the plot of the book is nice. Great job.
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Wow! I think that this is a beautiful book that many women can relate to. Some of them hold this secret to their hearts and it eats them up. There's no guilt, shame or aspersion to be cast because at that point, they did only what they best. And true, post-abortion women are the missing link in the pro-life movement.
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I love this review, it definitely sounds like a must check out!
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I love her determination and thought process to be able to tell now in such diction!
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Post by _marielmchd »

This is good, Shaw didn't let her experienced bring her down. She had a good perspective on life and she knows her worth.
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Post by donaldonuma2020 »

It's amazing how a secret was kept for years, I must commend the author of these book.kudos
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Sounds like a nice book to read. Thanks for the review.
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