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No One Could Know
 
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Kristan Gray
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No One Could Know

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Surprisingly, No One Could Know is actually a funny book-at least in the beginning. Many have said, "I laughed, I cried, I got mad, and I even learned a little as I read your book." So, why is a book about abortion partially funny? I think that's just how life is sometimes-it's full of ups and downs, isn't it?

Reasons for abortion vary, but I dare say a large number of abor
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Hardcover, 170 pages
Published December 26th 2013 by WestBow Press
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Havebooks Willread
Sep 19, 2016 Havebooks Willread rated it liked it
Shelves: memoir
This author is speaking at the fundraising banquet for our local pregnancy center, so I thought I would read her story. She mostly shares her experience in having an abortion, being raped, and growing closer to the Lord as she deals with the aftereffects.
Erika Robinson
Feb 26, 2014 Erika Robinson rated it really liked it
I rated this book a four because it has a lot of life meaning. This book could actually help young teenage girls.

This book was about a teenager that was confused about what decision to make. She doesn't know how to let go of the past.
Linda G. Rogers
Oct 19, 2014 Linda G. Rogers rated it it was amazing
I couldn't put this book down!! Powerful!
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