Rebecca R. Wake

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (7 of 8)
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee
Birthday: Nov. 21
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Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 521,078 - Total Helpful Votes: 7 of 8
The Savage Nation: Saving America from the Liberal&hellip by Michael Savage
1.0 out of 5 stars Bargain book, Nov. 11 2003
I work at Borders Books, Music, Cafe... Store #199, Knoxville, Tennessee.
This book was recently turned into a bargain book.
When a book isn't selling, and there are more copies then anyone will ever buy, it's put out frount on a table with the other badly written books people refuse to buy for more then a few dollars.
This was one of them, so, for a laugh (and seeing although I get my staff discount of 33% on top of the fantastic price of $5.99) I brought it.
I have to say, it's one of the most amusing books I own, and really does make for a good coaster and conversation/ comical object when I have company.
I have read about half of it, and plan to finish it when… Read more
Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and&hellip by Al Franken
There couldn't be a better title for this book!
Al dives headfirst as instructed by God (Just read the intro!) into the craziest speakers for the right. I love the chapter on Ann Coulter! He continues to delve deeper into the lies certain conservatives have told, and makes his way to Bush!
This is a funny yet anger invoking book, much in the style of Stupid White Men by Moore. Lies, however, is a little more well-researched then Stupid White Men, and Al is a little less all out extreme. I love Moore however, and if you liked Stupid White Men, you will LOVE Lies!
Hell, I think anyone who isn't a die-hard rush limbaugh or ann coulter fan will love this book!
Definatly the… Read more
The Pearl of the Soul of the World: The Darkangel &hellip by Meredith Ann Pierce
5.0 out of 5 stars Come on now..., Aug. 6 2003
Just because it dosn't have your stereotypical fairy-tale happy ending.. dosn't mean it was bad or horribly written...
Think about the whole trilogy, I mean, was any of it typical? No, it was all original and all different... so what made you think it'd be a 'happily ever after' story?
I personally thought the ending was great... and she wasn't alone- she had Erin! Whee!