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You Shall Never Know Security by J.R.  Hamantaschen
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Nov 18, 2011

really liked it
Read from November 19 to 25, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

Let me start off by saying that I think I actually feel smarter after reading this book. I am so used to the pre-teen books that are such an easy read that I actually forgot what an intellectual book was like. The author has compiled a bunch of his favourite short stories that he has written and published them into a book. None are alike the other. I love how informant the author can be. He really brings you into the dark depth of these people’s minds. It’s weird how the author can almost make you feel and think like the person you are reading about. Pretty cool! This is not my normal genre but I’ll definitely pick up another on the same lines. Thanks for opening me up to it. Just when the stories get good, they end, leaving you wanting more. Isn't that what a good shirt story I'd all about? Ha! It took me so long to read because there was no plot that pulled me in. When I had free time, I read. Which wasn’t that often. I didn’t feel the need to bring this book with me everywhere. I knew when I got home it would be there waiting for me.
P. S. The author us a huge Simpsons fan. He made three references to the show. Homer and his donuts in hell. Up and atom. And the darting of the eyes. Lol. Overall good book.

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11/19/2011 page 41
15.0% "loving the writing style"
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