Featured Review: Thin Places by Diane Owens Prettyman

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Glad it is book of the day. Decided to add it to my reading list for this week. Plus Scott gave it a heads up. The prize offer helps too.
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Looks interesting! A journey of self discovery and a mystery sounds like a great mix.

Congratulations to the author on the positive review!
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Thanks for the review!
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Great descriptive review! It's interesting to see another's point of view. This read wasn't for me, but I'm glad you enjoyed it! :)
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I'm glad you loved the book. After reading the free sample, I've decided it's not for me. Regardless, this review gives me an idea of what I'm missing, and it sounds like it could be pretty exciting. I hope plenty of other readers who resonate better with the plot and characters enjoy it as much as this reviewer did.
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This seems like a very interesting book! Thank you for the review!
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The storyline seems interesting to me, however it doesn't seem exceptional. Will give it a try, I think.
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I was very intrigued by your review and will be looking at this book!! Thanks
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This sounds like a very interesting and exciting book. I like how it isn't just one genre but many. I am excited to read it!
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Of all the books I've seen, read, and have wanted to read, this one is at the top. Of the list for me! An interesting read!
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I'd love to read this book because it sounds very interesting to me. I'll definitely give it a try.
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BOTD sounds like a keeper!!
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looks like a good book
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I enjoyed reading your review as well as another member's review of this book. It's always interesting to get different opinions of the same story. I am intrigued by your mention of Irish folklore and that it's the kind of book that would affect each person differently. The fact that two reviewers had such divergent views of the story proves your point!

Congrats to the author on being showcased as the Book of the Day.
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