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  1. Review from OnlineBookClub.org
    This book would appeal to those who like mystery and crime stories. This book would also suit those who are into books about forgiveness, human nature, and redemption. There are some strong scenes in this book, therefore, I would not recommend this book to young children. With that being said I think a mature teenager would be able to handle this book as well. It appears as though the book was professionally edited, as I did not notice any errors. This book was a page turner that kept me guessing till the very end, because of this, along with the reasons stated above I would rate this book a 4 out of 4 stars. This book would be great for anyone looking for a good story on love, family, mistakes, and creating a new future.
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  2. Review from OnlineBookClub.org
    This is a very good book, and it can/should be reread intermittently to appreciate the effort the author put into the crafting of this work. This is a special novel, which should resonate with the avid reader. I recommend this novel to serious book lovers and also those aspiring to be book lovers. I will give this novel a 4 out of 4 stars rating, which it fully deserves. The book is well-edited and contains no noticeable errors. This novel is a must reread.

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  3. Review from OnlineBookClub.org
    I liked the fonts, they were easy to read and I didn’t notice any mistakes in grammar or spelling. This book is definitely oriented to a mature audience; the theme of the story and the language that McDowell uses to describe women or people can be disturbing to sensible or younger readers.
    I loved this book, it kept me super immersed in the story. What I liked the most was the reflection it gives about to find a balance in all the aspects of our lives.
    McDowell definitely is worthy of a four stars review, so I rate it 4 out of 4 stars.
    It’s a reflexive and smart well-written fiction novel which I recommend to anyone who loves life superation histories.
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  4. Review from OnlineBookClub.org
    McDowell recounts the struggles and inconsistency of science that makes arts and music a safe refuge for zipped truths about science and humanity trapped in a commercial world wielded by gold, guns and pressured press. No matter how you aim for ideals and nobility, the battle between good and evil sets affronts to surmise. Vying for the top has always been ingrained in achievers but getting there is a unique experience, to each his own wit.
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  5. Review from OnlineBookClub.org
    McDowell by William H. Coles is a story filled with a lot of mixed feelings. Hiram is selfish and arrogant and yet there is something about him that makes one not hate him wholeheartedly. He is wrong on so many things and yet he is right in bringing his children to a steady life from their relations. He considers himself a victim of circumstances and does not take any responsibility of his wrongdoings. He tries to redeem himself in the second half by caring about the people he meets.
    I would gladly rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. Coles has given us a book so engrossing that one keeps turning the pages. It clearly gives chronicles of how even the worst of human beings can change for the better and live a more fulfilling and upright life. I therefore recommend this book to everyone.
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  6. Review from OnlineBookClub.org
    In his journey to an epiphany, the lives of McDowell’s family are elucidated. There is tragedy and beauty as their lives are affected by McDowell’s interventions and actions. This book is a tribute to the resilience of the human spirit. As McDowell so aptly notes: “Its society and culture where we find ourselves immersed in the conscious time we’re given as humans during life. We make our heaven and hell by how we influence the humanity we live in. How we integrate. How we build to make it better…my life is getting better now.” I found this book, its characters, and premise, to be extraordinarily thought- provoking. I rate this book 4 out of 4 and highly recommend it for its characterizations and theme content.
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