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    Dark

    A well written but dark read. Story stays with you long after finishing it.
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    Another great book.

    At times it was hard to read about child abuse in this story but the ending delivered a much needed message about not looking the other way and taking action. Read the author's notes to get the story behind this novel.
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    Wow! If you ever feel dysfunctional, this is the book to read if you can stomach it.
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    At first I almost put this book down because the description of events was so raw and disturbing however as the story progressed it completely captivated me and I could not put it down.This story as well as the author's comments at the end of the book make you reevaluate how you see and treat your neighbors,friends,acquaintances and mankind in general.
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    "In the unforgiving light that seemed to fill the cabin - the light of exposure, of being known - Albert imagined his life and his pride as rocks easily turned over, revealing all the wriggling, shameful things beneath" - Lauren B. Davis This was a wonderfully written and disturbing read. Davis captures the very real process that leads us to define ourselves in relation to others. The negative aspects of human nature that cause us to place a higher value on those like us while devaluing and dehumanizing "others". Davis lays bare the stark consequences of these actions and introduces us to some of the victims of our own inhumanity. This is a must read for those with strong stomachs.
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