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Perfect Peace by Daniel Black
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Mar 05, 2012

liked it
bookshelves: library, religious
Recommended to Sera by: Shelia
Read from March 05 to 07, 2012

What happens when a mother tries to raise her baby boy as a baby girl? Well, one can probably imagine with that as one of the premises of the book that this book is not a light read. However, with most spritual reads, there are elements of hope and transition from the dark to the light that keep the reader going.

Overall, I liked the book, but I would have a hard time recommending it to others because of the graphic nature of some aspects of it. I am a huge fan of people who triumph over adversity; however, I think that Unbroken: A World War II Story Of Survival, Resilience, And Redemption is one of the best out there on the subject. It's a true story, and it has a spiritual component to it as well.

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message 1: by Sarah (new) - added it

Sarah I'm "liking" this for recommending Unbroken, which I absolutely loved.

Sera Yes! Have you read Seabiscuit?

message 3: by Sarah (new) - added it

Sarah No... I'm not really a horsey girl.

Sera Oh, you would love his book. What it is really about is how a bunch of people and a horse who have become damaged mentally/physically can triumph. It's Unbroken in a different arena.

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