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16 May 2013

Indie book review: Through the Crimson Mirror by The Mad Reviewer

It took me a really, really long time to read Through the Crimson Mirror, even though it’s less than 100 pages. Normally a book that length should take me less than an hour. Now, that’s not because it’s a bad book I had to suffer through. No, it’s because Daniel Alexander’s book was good; I had to slow down and digest all of the information being presented to me quite thoroughly.

This isn’t just a book on parenting—it’s also a book for any teenager/young adult who wants to gain more insight into the choices their parents made... [read more]

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