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Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Review of "Lori's Song"
Lori's Song will leave you either questioning its authenticity as nonfiction, or wanting to wrap your arms around Lori to comfort her. This book was a hard read because of the atrocities she describes, and the idea that they could even exist anywhere in today's world. Abused from the day she was born, Lori finds herself imprisoned in an Iranian paramilitary POW camp. The perils she endures, and how she manages to survive will not only stun you, but make you cry out for revenge. The book would be improved by a professional editor before a second edition is released. 2 Stars