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Stone practically takes you with her in this book

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Reviewed: 2021-01-17

Gabrielle Stone's hopeful but heartbreaking story with hints of fun, is written so well that you feel like you are almost there with her. You can feel her emotional pain, see the beauty she sees on her travels, and taste the food she allows herself to indulge in. In her journey she is fearless, introspective, and humble. I didn't want her trip to end, but wanted the end to be what she had hoped it would be... Also, her narration was really great!!!

Interesting and fun read!

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Reviewed: 2020-07-19

Drew Barrymore tells us about parts of her life in this most fascinating memoir

An unbelievable childhood !

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Reviewed: 2020-04-23

This book was shocking, sad, beautiful, horrible, and wonderful! Cea's a survivor of her life!

A sad story, tastefully told by a Toronto reporter

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Reviewed: 2020-01-16

I am a Torontonian and was shocked by the deaths of the Sherman's. But I was also curious to know what really happened. Donovan's book is extremely well written. He tells the story in an interesting way, and ponders events before and after the murders. Although he has no definitive answer to what happened, he recounts the story thoughtfully and gives many theories in the end, some outrageous, some possible.

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Live vicariously through Cat!

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Reviewed: 2019-11-25

I enjoyed this book about Cat travelling all over Europe. This book is interesting, honest, and unfiltered true to Cat form!

A memoir to remember!

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Reviewed: 2019-09-30

This memoir on Audible has it all!! An interesting and gripping story of a courageous woman, a triumphant end, and a great narrator. I highly recommend this memoir. It was hard to stop listening to it!!

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Strange title, but the book is not!

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Reviewed: 2019-09-02

Georgia and Karen wrote a book I wasn't going to read but then I saw it's high ratings, so I did! Thank God I did! It was throughly interesting and amusing and I related to them so much. Now I am going listen to all their podcasts from the beginning. I guess I too, am a 'murderino'! Hope they did one about Jodi Arias!!

A well written true story of deceit

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Reviewed: 2019-08-20

I thoroughly enjoyed this audio book! Rachel narrated her book perfectly! It was truly interesting!

'Fall and Rise' recounts 9/11 facts eloquently

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Reviewed: 2019-08-11

Mitcelle Zuckoff's writing skills are impeccable, and his telling of 9/11 events/facts are perfectly executed.

A riveting, raw story about betrayal and heartache

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Reviewed: 2019-06-28

Jen is a gifted writer. She recounts her horrible story with palpable emotion, and eloquence.