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Post by Maria 29 »

I've never read a book about slavery, I guess I am too sensitive sometimes. But I liked your review, maybe I will start by reading this book! Awesome work!
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A Dying Truth Exposed.

Amazing Book written which involves self discovery combined with pressure from life. Slavery is something that destroys a person's life but we've seen/read that Annabelle Brown, a black slave lady She decides to seek freedom from the person who enslaved her as she came to a point where she plans to Go AWOL (ESCAPE) from being someone's slave but She encounters a more problems along the journey of seeking freedom where she will feel free.
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Post by Johnpaul00532 »

This review creates an environment which makes me really want to read the book or my mind wouldn't be satisfied.
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Post by meike schroeder »

Great review, this book sound very interesting, slavery is one of the most hard historical subjects. I looks like the author did a great job.
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Post by Adebukola0012 »

The fact that the story has a lot of suspenseful scenes, I would definitely love to read it. I am adding to my bookshelves right away!
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Post by Shamsa98 »

The review is great it shows the full picture of the story, how Annabelle is used as a symbol of consciousness and awakening of the slaves fighting for their freedom
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Post by Ajokeade »

Though went through the reading and was in eagerness to know how she wants to do that so anxious. The author really did a great job writing the thriller storyline :techie-studyinggray:
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Post by Gargoylegarden »

Thanks for telling me enough to get my interest in reading it and not telling too much. I like that you had to check to see if it was fact or fiction.
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Post by Akua Linda 94 »

Your review makes me want to read the book. The book has an interesting title. I hope Annabelle Brown finds the freedom she is looking for. Thank you for the great review.
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The black slave girl, by the names of Brown was right to try to escape from her master. That was her effort to try to fight for human rights without thinking about what was going to follow next in terms of punishment and reaction from her master.
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Post by Isabel0 »

Zee, your review is excellent! For a moment I thought I was reading the actual story. From reading your review, I get the confirmation that the author describes the events in an engaging manner and brings representation of that positive ending.
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