Official Review: The Lighthouse Keeper by David Richards

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espo wrote:
24 Mar 2020, 10:18
This book reminds me of "The Alchemist". I love that it reminds the readers of the importance of mindfulness and living in the present moment: we all need to hear this more often!! Thank you for an insightful and thorough review!
There are some really great lessons to be learned here. Thanks!
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24 Mar 2020, 13:45
I love books like these that don't stick within the cliches of their genre. Anything that can teach good life lessons is worth a read.
Oh yes! This isn't quite what I expected. That's not a bad thing; I still enjoyed it. Thanks.
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I need self help in many regards but this theme is not one of them. I may pass this one. Anyway the review was great.

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Seems a fascinating story that can offer some inspiration for many occasions. Thank you for your informative review!
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I may add this to my bookshelf of books that I want to read following this review. I am not a sci-fi reader, but I think that there are a few books of this genre that I might enjoy.

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Salma_asa wrote:
25 Mar 2020, 11:37
I need self help in many regards but this theme is not one of them. I may pass this one. Anyway the review was great.
To each their own. Thanks for stopping by anyway.
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NetMassimo wrote:
25 Mar 2020, 11:56
Seems a fascinating story that can offer some inspiration for many occasions. Thank you for your informative review!
Yes, there's much wisdom in these pages. I know I needed to learn some lessons. Thanks.
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kandscreeley wrote:
26 Mar 2020, 18:35
Salma_asa wrote:
25 Mar 2020, 11:37
I need self help in many regards but this theme is not one of them. I may pass this one. Anyway the review was great.
To each their own. Thanks for stopping by anyway.
It was my pleasure!

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kandscreeley wrote:
26 Mar 2020, 18:35
Salma_asa wrote:
25 Mar 2020, 11:37
I need self help in many regards but this theme is not one of them. I may pass this one. Anyway the review was great.
To each their own. Thanks for stopping by anyway.
It was my pleasure!

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Holding on to the past makes one to remain at a position without fulfilling purpose. I'm curious to find out the steps Sam took to achieve his dreams. Your review was beautiful.

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praise+anyi wrote:
30 Mar 2020, 17:23
Holding on to the past makes one to remain at a position without fulfilling purpose. I'm curious to find out the steps Sam took to achieve his dreams. Your review was beautiful.
Thanks. It's unexpected, but there are great lessons.
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