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Fill My Eyes

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We are given one free gift at birthaour innocence, which is played out through childhood. In todayas high-tech society where too much information is easily obtainable, children are losing this gift far too soon. Look at todayas headlines: aColumbine, a aVA Tech, a aCleveland, a and aOmaha.a Do we blame the disturbed youth, the parents, or both? This is a story of two ...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published September 8th 2008 by America Star Books
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Terry D. Robertson
Oct 29, 2008 Terry D. Robertson rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: socially concious people
Recommended to Terry D. by: No one. I wrote it.
I wrote this book, so it may not be "ethical" to review it. I will give you a summary: The book starts off with a two page argument between a man and a woman. The prologue give information on a displaced Southerners, particularly Caroline and Ambrose Pember.

The book then shifts back to the beginning (the first two pages). "One" is told in the first person by an embittered cafe owner who has an amusing misunderstanding with a small four year old boy. After a series of mishaps, the boy leaves and
Terry Robertson
Sep 11, 2011 Terry Robertson rated it it was amazing
This is a short book, but filled with a big theme and succeeds on all levels. The author proposes a society without family and religious values and what do you get? Dysfunctional people all over the place. These values may seem in place, but they are ultimately false. The most interesting element of this book is the author's ability to write part of his story from a logical point of view of a four year old boy who is caught up in this messy adult society.

The book is filled the images and symboli
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