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I must say that when I received this book, I thought it was going to be just another marriage book. But it wasn’t. It told stories of couples who were dealing with some pretty difficult things. I love the honesty and truth that this book gives. I like how the couples opened up about their problems. This book helps married couples know that they are not the only ones who may be struggling with their marriage.

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At first I didn’t understand what the book was about. But then the characters and the background history started to come together. It’s a long book and it takes awhile to get to the point sometimes. I feel like this book is very relatable. In the end not a bad book just long.

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I totally love this book. Talk about real life and real truth about marriage. This book gives you the ups and downs about their relationship. This book makes me want to work on my marriage more. This book is great for all married couples. This is not just another relationship book. This book is hilarious and filled with so much joy and love.

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I love when I read a book that truly makes me think. A book where I can question myself and my relationship with God. This book was given to me in a time where I needed to understand God and myself more. This book touched on things that hadn’t even crossed my mind. But I wanted to know more. I would read a chapter and be changed and wanting to do better and be better. This book is what I needed.

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Whoa I had the honor to read this amazing book. When I tell you it had me really look at my life and the secrets that I keep. Plus the fact that I still question God about what goes on in my life and other’s. When I tell you this is book is for young adults and adults. We all have an opportunity to get and be better. I truly love this book. A must read.

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I loved the book The Hate You Give. But this book I’m not quite sure. It’s a good book but the ending wasn’t what I expected. To be honest the ending leaves you with more questions than answers. This is her second book and to me, it’s pretty much the same typical book. A young girl living in the hood with her mother. Her father dies and her mom ends up on drugs. Bri wants to be a rapper just like her dad was. It’s a good book but it’s very predictable. If you read this book tell me your thoughts.

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So I read the book The Four Agreements and to be honest I had never heard of this book or the author. But the concept of this book is four agreements to live by. 1. Be impeccable with your word 2. Don’t take anything personally 3. Don’t make assumptions 4. Always do your best. These are easy no brainer ways to live your life. I thought that the book was okay. I didn’t like some of the verbiages that he used to reference something, but that’s me. Overall I would give the book 3 out of 5 stars. It was an interesting book, to say the least. Have you read this book before?

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This book is what I needed at the right time in my life. I didn’t want to bother God with the small things in my life. There is way to much going on in the world for me to bother God with this. But God is able to do abundantly beyond all that we ask or think. There are a couple of quotes that I love from this book. “Just because God can doesn’t mean he will.” “But just because He hasn’t doesn’t mean He won’t”. Powerful book. A must read for sure.