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    The color of destiny

    Couldn't leave it down, had so many twists + turns. A great love story with an awful lot of tragedy. Kate,/Elizabeth a brilliant person who endured an awful lot pain in her early years, from a green eyed monster sister to s controlling father.
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    A Winner

    Destiny is defined as "a predetermined course of events considered as something beyond human power or control" (The Free Dictionary) and this is exactly what this book is about. I found the story extremely thought provoking, making me think about my own life, the people in it and how each contact had helped shape my own thoughts and actions and decisions. In the story we have two people who because of life's accidents go on to live a certain life until they eventually meet and are drawn together into a loving relationship. They support each other and with the help of family members are able to unravel a twenty year old mystery that changes their lives once more. This is their 'destiny'. It is beautifully written and Julianne McLean has the power to suck one right into her book with her power of the written word. All three narrators were superb. Their enactment of this tale a well orchestrated symphony. I highly recommend this book and audiobook.
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    I really like Julienne Malean's book

    This story is believable, intriguing, simply and cleanly writen, while tinged with a brush of inspiring faith and hope that God is in ultimate control of our lives and circumstances. While definitely not religious, this story tells of a woman miraculously brought back in contact with the baby, (now grown up), which was stolen from her, by her own society~pleasing loveless father, when she was unconscious after being involved in an accident as a 16 year old unmarried pregnant girl. Not only does she regain the beautiful daughter her father almost forcd her to abort, but she finds love and a new family too. This heart warming story is in a class of its own. I loved it and want to read her other stories too, some of which are interconnected.
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    Was ok.

    The story began well. A real page turner . The short , punchy chapters kept me reading.As the story came to a head , I felt it was too contrived and predictable. I prefered The Color Of Heaven the first novel. That one left me speechless.
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    Amazing

    I loved it i have deffenely found a new author and will read the rest of her books they are so real sounding as if it actually happened
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