Featured Official Review: I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years

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Re: Featured Official Review: I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years

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Great review . I would like to know what her secret was .Its good to know she was healing her pain .
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This book sounds very relatable for a lot of women who have survived trauma and had to make some hard decisions. I think they could turn to this book and find the courage to heal, forgive themselves, and well as the people that had a part in their trauma.
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This book sounds very relatable for a lot of women who have survived trauma and had to make some hard decisions. I think they could turn to this book and find the courage to heal, forgive themselves, and well as the people that had a part in their trauma.
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This sounds like a heart breaking book, which touches on deep subjects like trauma. I do believe that this book could help others to heal as well. Will definitely be giving this book a read.
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It's a touching and very strong boom to read. It's realtible for many people who have gone through turama I would like to read more about it
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This is something all woman need to read. Hearing another woman’s story on how she felt and how abortion can make a woman feel is amazing.
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Post by AtienoMagero »

Wonderful review! Your review has been helpful and provided me great insight about this book. It's nice that the author shared her story. I know it couldn't have been easy and for that I commend her.
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Wow sad to live with it for so long.
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The authors story is insightful, haunting and compassionate all rolled in together. The book takes you through the inner thoughts and demons of carrying such a hugh life changing secret such as an obortion. However, the author writes in an self deprecating manner at times. The tone of the book is nonjudgemental even though faith plays a roll in the author's later life.
Readers should be aware of the emotional turmoil described in the book. Nevertheless, this book is honest and emtionally gripping.
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I cannot begin to imagine the pain and the guilt that tore Tori for many years. I love that she was set free from these in the end.
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Post by walkerfamily_1 »

It's very heartwarming that the author of this book choose to share her story with the world after keeping it all bottled up for seventeen years this book is a very interesting book to read
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