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    Deserves applause

    A wonderful read, it gave me humour, suspense, challenged my emotions and finally an ending that deserved the time spent reading
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    Home Coming

    Great story. It's just amazing the human capacity to out right hate or refuse to understand something that is different. The people hurt through this ignorance --just amasong.
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    Home Coming

    Nice easy read. Enjoyed the political plot too
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    Some plot issues

    This book is good and kept my interest. However, it's published in 2008 and speaks to marriage equality issues (a present day issue) but continuously refers to old music such as Bon Jovi, Guns and Roses and the song Cotton Eyed Joe, all groups/songs from about 20 years prior to the time the story is written about. This makes it hard to remember what year this book is written in and therefore throws the reader around in time. The writer should be cautious about time when writing. Ensure that your references are up to date otherwise you're only dating yourself and appear to be out of touch with the 20 year old characters you're writing about.
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