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Dear Old Love: Anonymous Notes to Former Crushes, Sweethearts, Husbands, Wives, &  Ones That Got Away
Dear Old Love: Anonymous Notes to Former Crushes, Sweethearts, Husbands, Wives, & Ones That Got Away
by Andy Selsberg
Edition: Hardcover
Price: $8.96
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Crazy Love, March 21, 2010
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You'll either laugh until you ache or ache until you laugh. That's because this book touches both the funny bone and the heart. How? Through a slipstream of truths. Small truths. Big truths. Truths you may not have recognized before, or perhaps you know all too well. Does this all sound a bit contradictory? No more contradictory than love itself. Face it. Love is crazy. Which is probably why it causes people to say and do such funny things. Many of which are hilariously captured here in Dear Old Love.


Accidental Army: The Amazing True Story of The Czechoslovak Legion
Accidental Army: The Amazing True Story of The Czechoslovak Legion
DVD ~ Czechoslovak Legion
Price: $22.50

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Video Page-Turner, April 21, 2009
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Most of the action of this story takes place on a train. Fitting, because with every anecdote, interview and unearthed image, Accidental Army moves like a train. Its fast pace covering a slew of improbable heroes and ruthless villains. Only WWI and the Russian Revolution could have overshadowed the unlikely birth of a great European nation. But the story of the Czechoslovak Legion is simply too compelling to wind up as an unnoticed historical footnote. It's high time that this story had a proper examination. After all, it has so many fascinating elements. Spies. War. Underdogs. Not to mention treasure from the vaults of the Czar himself.

Accidental Army is that rare story that works as both history and entertainment. And it will be enjoyed by anyone who can't help but root for those who overcome long odds with little more than guts and guile.


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