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Re: Official Review: When No One Else Believed by Ron Tripodo

Post by Paul78 » 16 Mar 2018, 19:39

Any book that preaches about faith is important for us. The recovery of Patsy from her sickness through faith is a testimony that God still heals in this modern age.
Thanks for your review.
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Post by HeatherTasker » 16 Mar 2018, 19:44

This sounds like a very powerful and inspirational book. It's also nice to have an easy read and feel like you're within it when the writer writes that way.

Great review!

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Post by CrescentMoon » 16 Mar 2018, 19:45

This sounds like such an emotional, inspiring, and uplifting read. It's so beautiful how the couple stays together and fights their illnesses. It would be very interesting to read from the perspective of someone who has ADHD and was able to fight through it.

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Post by ParadoxicalWoman » 16 Mar 2018, 19:53

What a good way for the author and his wife for sharing their experience with God by writing this book. I would like to know their full story.
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Post by tarafarah7 » 16 Mar 2018, 20:00

Your review has me so curious! I downloaded today's free BOTD, and I see that it has made its way up the charts on Amazon to #1! Woohoo! That's fantastic! I'm looking forward to this inspirational read. Thank you so much!

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Post by kemp1kor » 16 Mar 2018, 20:08

I’m not interested in books with religious aspects, but I’m sure there are many who could benefit and take comfort from this story of faith and healing.

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Post by ladycraic » 16 Mar 2018, 20:15

I love inspirational novels pertaining to Christianity! If I like the sample, I will definitely be adding this book to my Want to Read shelf! Thanks for the review!

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Post by holsam_87 » 16 Mar 2018, 20:41

I thought that I would give this book a shot, but unfortunately, it didn't interest me. I do respect the concept of keeping your faith in the face of a bad illness but I just don't have interest in it.
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Post by Dolor » 16 Mar 2018, 20:58

A living legend that true love exists. It's a unique story of strong faith, and unconditional love.

Thanks for the detailed review.

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Post by Jeangray17 » 16 Mar 2018, 21:21

When no one else believed is and interesting book about faith and hope. The writer put over the table the big amount of doubts that everybody has inside about the plan of God for us and what I have to do to complete it. I love the way he writes. I am going to finish it to discover the Patsy's miracle.

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Post by Julehart1 » 16 Mar 2018, 21:39

I'm not usually a big fan of religious inspirational books, but this one seems to be well written. I did appreciate the fact that the author had ADHD, got help for it and still wrote this book. Also glad his wife has been healed. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Disneyland » 16 Mar 2018, 21:58

'Official Review: When No One Else Believed by Ron Tripodo', gives a crystal clear image of the book, in the mind of the reader. It is simple as well as a positive one!

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Post by Mfleener722 » 16 Mar 2018, 22:03

I'm not a religious person, however this book still seems interesting. I like reading about how couples are empowered by each other. The note at the end of the book sounds like it would get to me.

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Post by britt13 » 16 Mar 2018, 22:07

I am pretty picky when it comes to religious books but this one sounds great. I suffer from several chronic illnesses and my husband is always right by my side. That, paired with my faith in God, are what keep me going. I am so happy I will get to read this!

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Post by jessinikkip » 16 Mar 2018, 22:11

I typically am not a fan of inspirational books like this because it seems inevitable that everyone will praise God and forget there were doctors at work too, which bothers me. But I will give it a try.

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