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  • At 2008.05.09 00:17, kegsoccer said:

    I remember following this story in the news. Such a tragedy; my heart went out to all of those involved. I’m always hesitant to pick up books like this though… While I’m fortunate enough to never have been in such a situation, I can’t help feeling that releasing a book about this seems geared toward only making money. Perhaps I’m horribly off course, and I hope that I am, but I’m just not sure I”ll be picking this one up.

    • At 2008.05.09 16:18, Literate Housewife said:

      I think that might be part of why this book was so self-conscious. I don’t believe that they are in it for the money, but they went way over board in order to get their point across. I would definitely suggest that anyone watch the Dateline NBC episode.

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      • At 2008.12.09 23:21, Chris said:

        I have watched this on Oprah’s show which is inspired and touching story. It is a great example that both of Christian families shared with everyone and it is amazing story which I am thankful for.

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