Kris Irvin's Reviews > Stand for the Family: Alarming Evidence and Firsthand Accounts from the Front Lines of Battle: A Call to Responsible Citizens Everywhere

Stand for the Family by Sharon Slater
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May 05, 12

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The biggest problem I had with this book is that it was SO BORING. I'm sorry. Maybe it's just because I've come off a long Fiction-Kick and am not fully into the Non-Fiction swing of things, but holy cow I was bored.

That said, it was a fascinating look on the war that is being waged on the family. Fascinating and frightening.

I wish there had been more personal anecdotes and less statistics. I also thought there was an awful lot of schilling the author's website at the end of every single chapter. Some of the information got repeated a LOT.

Bottom line: It was good to read once, but I doubt I will ever read it again.

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