Official Review: McDowell by William H. Coles

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Re: Official Review: McDowell by William H. Coles

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CatInTheHat, it's an innovative review. Liked the new-ness about it
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Thanks for the enthralling review. I read the book and I completely enjoyed it. I support the perfect rating.
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I think this review has given me the passion to read this book very carefully to enjoy every single detail because it sounds like an intresting story to read, i liked what the reviewer said about it made him laugh, cry a lot of feelings going on is what makes a really good story.

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You've summed the book up perfectly. I found this to be one of my favourite and most memorable reads of last year.
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I take note of what to expect which is very exceptionally done. I look forward to reading it

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Even though I love reading crime and mystery stories, I am not interested in a story about guilt and redemption. However, I like the characters are well developed; plus, it is well edited. Fans of the genre will enjoy it. Thank you for the detailed review!

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I am a medical student. And I think I can relate with the quality of decisions he takes. Being a doctor does that to you. It clouds your vision and makes you see a tunneled future involving just you and your success. I think such a book should be read by nonmedical men too.

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Thanks for the review CatIn TheHat, now I know a little about the contents of the story. I am in total agreement with you, when you say that meeting new individuals enables an individual to discover what initially unknown to him or her. I have to say that our experiences at times enable us become better persons as we stroll towards the future.

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