Official Review by adambongo: Holding Fire

Discuss the May 2015 book of the month, Holding Fire.
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Re: Official Review by adambongo: Holding Fire

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the book is full of great literary appreciation. Is complex but lovely and nice storylines.
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I think the review wasn't that bad
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Hmm, I don't really read anthologies much, but this one does sound interesting. Thanks for the review!
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I think emotional short stories that end happily are good because they take less time than a novel, and they sounded interesting in the review. Wonderful review!
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Post by Fairyland1010 »

This book sounds super interesting and I must read it. It sounds like it has lots of different stories. Thanks for the recommendation.
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