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Teresa Borden has commented on (37) products.

Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum
Hausfrau

Teresa Borden, April 10, 2015

I read some reviews on Amazon before deciding to read this book and I am glad that I ultimately decided to disregard them. I am so glad that I read this book, even though I feel somewhat sad now at the end. The richness of the inner life of Anna, the main character, and the details of her world relentlessly drew me in, propelled me forward and just would not release me. Every time I put this book down, I found myself thinking about it and yearning for it and I couldn't wait to pick it up again and immerse myself in Anna's world. I only wish it would have never ended. The prose is amazing; I could quote innumerable lines that reverberated in my soul. I would read this book again, which is not something I feel about too many books.
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Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum
Hausfrau

Teresa Borden, April 10, 2015

I read some reviews on Amazon before deciding to read this book and I am glad that I ultimately decided to disregard them. I am so glad that I read this book, even though I feel somewhat sad now at the end. The richness of the inner life of Anna, the main character, and the details of her world relentlessly drew me in, propelled me forward and just would not release me. Every time I put this book down, I found myself thinking about it and yearning for it and I couldn't wait to pick it up again and immerse myself in Anna's world. I only wish it would have never ended. The prose is amazing; I could quote innumerable lines that reverberated in my soul. I would read this book again, which is not something I feel about too many books.
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Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum
Hausfrau

Teresa Borden, April 10, 2015

I read some reviews on Amazon before deciding to read this book and I am glad that I ultimately decided to disregard them. I am so glad that I read this book, even though I feel somewhat sad now at the end. The richness of the inner life of Anna, the main character, and the details of her world relentlessly drew me in, propelled me forward and just would not release me. Every time I put this book down, I found myself thinking about it and yearning for it and I couldn't wait to pick it up again and immerse myself in Anna's world. I only wish it would have never ended. The prose is amazing; I could quote innumerable lines that reverberated in my soul. I would read this book again, which is not something I feel about too many books.
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Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum
Hausfrau

Teresa Borden, April 10, 2015

I read some reviews on Amazon before deciding to read this book and I am glad that I ultimately decided to disregard them. I am so glad that I read this book, even though I feel somewhat sad now at the end. The richness of the inner life of Anna, the main character, and the details of her world relentlessly drew me in, propelled me forward and just would not release me. Every time I put this book down, I found myself thinking about it and yearning for it and I couldn't wait to pick it up again and immerse myself in Anna's world. I only wish it would have never ended. The prose is amazing; I could quote innumerable lines that reverberated in my soul. I would read this book again, which is not something I feel about too many books.
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Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum
Hausfrau

Teresa Borden, April 10, 2015

I read some reviews on Amazon before deciding to read this book and I am glad that I ultimately decided to disregard them. I am so glad that I read this book, even though I feel somewhat sad now at the end. The richness of the inner life of Anna, the main character, and the details of her world relentlessly drew me in, propelled me forward and just would not release me. Every time I put this book down, I found myself thinking about it and yearning for it and I couldn't wait to pick it up again and immerse myself in Anna's world. I only wish it would have never ended. The prose is amazing; I could quote innumerable lines that reverberated in my soul. I would read this book again, which is not something I feel about too many books.
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