Review of Billboards Across America

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Hager Salem
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Review of Billboards Across America

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[Following is an official review of "Billboards Across America" by D.J. Parsons.]
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4 out of 5 stars
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Billboards Across America by D.J. Parsons is a book that speaks up to encourage females to own up to their rights and protect their present and future. Women didn't have rights in the past, and they didn't come easily; they were taken. The writer asks women to preserve and nourish those rights and don't let men decide their lives for them. Also, it discusses the importance of people voting. I believe many people have refrained from voting because they don't like what's going on. The writer encourages people to vote for Democrats to keep the rights they have in the US and maintain the quality of life as they know it.

I like how the writer had the courage to speak up and criticize many things. I like how she discussed topics through the idea of the billboards promoting voting for Democrats through different topics and how she took every topic for discussion. People who speak up and encourage others are usually the cause of changes in the world.

I didn't like that I sometimes felt lost. The language used wasn't that smooth. The book is meant for common people, and an easier language makes it closer to everyone. Also, I found the font to be too small. I would have preferred a larger font with fewer words on each page.

The editing of the book was exceptional. I couldn't notice any mistakes. The book was courageous and addressed many important subjects, but it could have been simpler from my point of view. Therefore, I rate this book four out of five stars.

The book can be useful for people who are confused about whom to vote for. It's also for people who refrain from voting, thinking this is the right thing to do. This may change your mind and give you some guidance. The book has many quotations from the Bible, but it's suitable for everyone.

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This review appreciated the book and applauded the author for doing a great job in creating it. Based on the pleasant impression the author's writing created, the reviewer also did well in making me want to include the book on my bookshelf.
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