Official Review: Girl with the Flat Tire by Leon Loy

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Re: Featured Official Review: Girl with the Flat Tire by Leon Loy

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I don't think I'll enjoy reading this book. Though I preferred reading research books that address life's issues, but I do read story books at times. Well done on your review.

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This a great book, it's for those who likes attention capturing novel, indeed I love the plotting of the book it was well done.

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How exciting and suspenseful this book sounds! Having grown up in this era, in addition to living in Texas for over 30 years, I would feel at home in many ways. I had a boyfriend who also had an Oldsmobile 442 but he wasn't a creepy guy like Brookner must be! Thanks for the excellent review! We hope to read it soon.

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This book sounds like something right out of a true crime podcast. Your review has really piqued my interest. I'm definitely adding it to my bookshelf!

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Ooh! Awesome! This should be turned into a movie. Thanks for the amazing review!!! :)

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It sounds like this book has it all!
From the way you've described it, this has to be a "must-read" for me. This is probably the best review I've read in a long time. Thank you.

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monicamu wrote:
12 Jun 2020, 02:31
It sounds like this book has it all!
From the way you've described it, this has to be a "must-read" for me. This is probably the best review I've read in a long time. Thank you.
I greatly appreciate your kind words, thank you!! Hope you get a chance to check this one out and “go for a ride” :)

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Thanks for the review now I feel like it's a nice book with extremes around it since there is vigilantes it must be nice to read a bloody justice book...

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The book sounds so intense and intriguing. Thank you for your honest review. I would definitely read it.

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I am looking forward to reading this book just because of the twists and suspense that come into play. Such an intriguing review, I enjoyed it!

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An intriguing read indeed. I love it when stories defy the expected projectile and venture into the unknown. Thanks for the great review.

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RetiredOBNurse wrote:
22 Mar 2020, 13:57
How exciting and suspenseful this book sounds! Having grown up in this era, as well as living in Texas for 30+ yrs, I would feel right at home in many ways. I had a boyfriend who had an Oldsmobile 442 as well but he wasn’t a creepy guy as Brookner must be! Thank you for the excellent review! Look forward to reading it soon.
Apart from this book being awesome, your comment made me smile. Thank you for making my day.
Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.

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The plot and organisation of events in the story paints a vivid picture that leaves readers anticipating to know the next event in the story .Title is epic. This is an interesting and captivating story to read .Its creativity is awe inspiring. Thumbs up to the author.

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