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The Lost Stones by Paul Rimmasch
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Dec 22, 2011

really liked it
Read from December 22 to 29, 2011

1) Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

2) Genre: Mystery

3) Synopsis: Ammon Rodgers is an Iraq War Veteran and college student. Expecting a relaxing Christmas break instead, he is pulled into a mystery that might bring him answers or even death.

4) Feelings: I bought this book not only because it sounded interesting and the author was in the bookstore signing the books. He talked about how much he liked the DaVinci Code but wished it had more references so you could know what was fact vs. what was fiction. That makes sense and this book has footnotes but they weren’t at the foot of the page. I did find that a little hard because there were times I was too interested in the story to flip to the back of the book to read the footnote.

5) Final recommendation: I did enjoy the book and liked the LDS portions of this book and the mystery part. I did wish the footnotes were on the page that the note was on. I also found the watermark on the pages a little distracting. But those are just aesthetic changes. Fun read.

Ryan James Burt
Husband, Father, and Writer

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