Featured Review: Thin Places by Diane Owens Prettyman

Discuss the February 2013 book of the month "Thin Places" by Diane Owens Prettyman.
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I really like your review. You gave a really good description of what the book is about. I really like the story's premise. I'm going to put this on my to read list.
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Great review! Sounds like this will be a great read. I'm definitely going to check this out!
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This really seems interesting. Plus the review is so good. It's on my TBR now. :D
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I enjoyed the sample of this book and your review explains a lot of the story.
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Sounds like a good read I am putting on short list
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I didn't like the drug references, being unfamiliar with the drug scene I didn't quite get the references. Otherwise this seems like a good book!
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Another great review! Sounds like an interesting story!! There's so many good books out there! Thanks for the review! :)
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Sounds intriguing based on the sample I read and your review.

-- 14 Aug 2016, 01:40 --

Sounds intriguing based on the sample I read and your review.
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I read both reviews and the positive review may have been more positive than the negative review. With both reviews in mind, I definitely want to see a sample of the book so I can make a decision based on my own experience. Reading can be a very personal thing and it was interesting to see the two differing reviews. Thanks to both reviewers.

-- 22 Aug 2016, 21:18 --

After reading the mixed reviews I gave the sample a try. I liked the characters and just from the one and a half chapters I have read, I will read the rest. Thanks for the insight.
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Post by MrunalT »

I could tell nothing from the title or the cover. Was not sure what the theme was like. But I do not enjoy books with lot of religious undertones. So this might not be the book for me.
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