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The Lions and the Adders
 
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Anna Grace Poschet\'
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The Lions and the Adders

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A journal of a journey. Statement of Disclaim Any resemblance to anyone living or dead in this book is purely coincidental. The reading of this book is on a voluntary basis only and no lifeguards are on duty. The beach is closed, read at your own risk. The characters are fictional. Anna Grace Poschet' Writer's Resume Objective Offering an outline of personal experience ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published March 8th 2006 by BookSurge Publishing
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Angela
Oct 19, 2008 Angela rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: anyone going through a difficult time in their life.
Recommended to Angela by: Actually, it was written because I had to get it out of my head
Pouring out my heart and soul onto paper. Self-published before I learned how to write.
Written exactly like I talk--but straight from my heart.
Names changed to protect the innocent from the guilty. Written as a release, self induced therapy.
The truth as I knew it. My first book--can't say it is my best writing but it started the journey.
Wil
Oct 28, 2008 Wil rated it it was amazing
Good book. Good author. Poschet captures the struggles of a Christian couple weathering a storm. You will find encouragement and inspiration within this book.
Ken
Ken rated it really liked it
Oct 20, 2008
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