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Sopa de Pollo para el Alma de la Madre: Nuevo relatos que conmueven el corazón y ponen fuego en el espíritu

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This book is one of the best books I've read. It has 101 stories of hope, love, and courage. It helps us think we can overcome anything and everything with determination and God's help. That all of us are useful here in the society, and that all of us can be someone else's hope and source of happiness. I love this book and hope that you guys can also find the love and courage that I found in this book.
Merrick

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I didn't even finish this book. And that's a first time for me. I just can't understand it. It's too confusing. And besides, I find it weird that David finds Louis attractive and beautiful. I mean, their both guys. But I'm not saying that David is gay. It's just, well, weird. I guess the reason I didn't understand it is because I haven't read anne rice books before this. This book literally gave me a headache.
Geronimo Stilton: The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid (#2)

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The story is very funny, and the book is fun to read because of the colorful pictures and text, but the plot is too childish, and it lacks adventure, considering his adventures at the pyramids are way too short and at the airplane too long, but overall it's a nice book and good for kids.
Artemis Fowl and The Arctic Incident

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The child prodigy is back! I love the way he thinks and the way he is full of mystery. But the thing I like most of all in this book is that it showed Artemis' love and respect for his parents and the people who cares for him. Although I think he has problems showing his affection, you can see that he is still a kid, full of love and respect for his parents. He only wants a family. Although he does lack a child's innocence. Anyway, I loved this book! can't wait to read the eternity code.
Artemis Fowl

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Stand Back, Human. You Don't know what you're dealing with.Artemis Fowl has never failed to amaze me. I like the way he thinks and the way he never lets his emotions show. His coldness to other people only adds to his cool traits. I really love this book. I loved the Arctic Incident too, and i think the arctic incident is better.
Ladrona de libros, La

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The best book I have ever read. I don't know how to describe it in words.It was beautiful. Perfect. Brilliant. Astounding. Liesel's character invites you in, and you'll never want to get out. The hardships, the pain, the joy, they were all so real. I can almost taste the words. I feel every word in the air. I can envision everything. As if my name was Liesel Meminger, and I am haunted by nightmares every night. I see it. I feel it.Zusak is the best writer I have ever known. He keeps you wanting more. Even if death was present through out the book, it still made me smile. I love Rudy, he's the life of the book. His character gave the colors.I was heart broken at the end of the book. I was crying my heart out. That's the mystery of the book, you already know whats going to happen, its already indicated at the first part, yet when it happens it still leaves you shocked and devastated.This book contained what life and death is. Even though from your very first breath, you already know that you're going to die, yet you're still afraid of it.Live your life to the fullest : I believe this is the moral of this book, and I will never forget it. Or Liesel Meminger. Or Rudy Steiner. They will always be in my heart.
A 5th Portion of Chicken Soup for the Soul: More Stories to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit

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This book is one of the best books I've read. It has 101 stories of hope, love, and courage. It helps us think we can overcome anything and everything with determination and God's help. That all of us are useful here in the society, and that all of us can be someone else's hope and source of happiness. I love this book and hope that you guys can also find the love and courage that I found in this book.
Once Minutos

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One of the best books I have ever read. It taught me that life is not as easy as a fairy tale, but it can be one too. It all depends on how you view your life. This book really touched my heart. I'm glad that Maria is not an ordinary woman, that even though her work is not socially accepted, she is not ashamed of it. And what I like about her most is her courage. She taught me that I shouldn't afraid of my future, that sorrow and grief can never be avoided. That in whatever I do, I should always not let opportunities pass me, and regret it later. That money is not what is always important. Your soul, you dignity, and most of all, love, is what matters. I will always remember her when times get rough and when I have doubts. I will always remember the lesson this book taught me: to always believe in pure and blind love. I have been using my head more than my heart frequently, but now I will try to balance both and know what to choose and never regret it afterward ; to treat everything as an opportunity, and most of all, to love.
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