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this book will stay with you. beautifully written exposition.Published 10 days ago by cynthia k ferguson
I guess I don't have to write much of a review seeing as how everyone else already stated why this book is a disappointment. The content of the title filled all of a few pages. Read morePublished 28 days ago by KPDR87
Another great book about one person deciding to learn and do something for Mother Earth.Published 2 months ago by c.MICHEL
The book was good but it's like the author got paid by the word. Too much extraneous detail and descriptions are added. It feels like he was trying to buff up his page numbers. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matthew B. Adams
Like Moby Dick, this book meanders so much readers will wonder if anything is going to happen. Some of the side stories are interesting (such as the pages about "it"... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Book Trope 9
I got bored reading this and about halfway through the book I skipped to the end. I gave the book away.Published 6 months ago by chris
This was a fascinating story, and one that I had never heard about. I only wish he had added pictures.Published 8 months ago by Barbara W.
Book is a bit slow at times
The author should have been home with his wife when it was time and this book is a point apology.