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Un seul crime, l'amour
« on: March 22, 2006, 06:17:00 AM »
Un seul crime, l'amour    Un seul crime, l'amour
by Mary Kay Letourneau, Vili Fualaau

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    * Paperback
    * Publisher: Robert Laffont (October 28, 1998)
    * ISBN: 2221088123
   
   

NO THANK YOU, August 4, 2005
Reviewer:   Adelle Wheeler (Phoenix, Arizona)
(REAL NAME)  
I watched Mary Kay's friend on Good Morning America, Christina Dress wrote a book with Mary Kay called Mass With Mary: The Prison Years and it was a great read so I thought I'd read the book from Mary Kay and Villi. What a let down. This book is awful.

You've got to be kidding...., August 13, 2004
Reviewer:   Terry "disappointed reader" (Tacoma, WA) - See all my reviews
I hoped for at least a 'decent' read, and no such luck. This whole Letourneau thing has me a bit curious so I bought a couple of books on it...I picked a rotton book---that's all I can say. My review is a half a star, if that's possible. This book should be shelved for life. (Just an avid reader's opinion...but I do read quite a bit and usually find some merit in most books, just not this one.


Reviewer:   Dayton "Mark Allen" (Portland) - See all my reviews
Terrible book. I'm still mad at myself for buying it...at least I picked up a used copy!

Don't Bother!, July 24, 2004
Reviewer:  Kennely (Vancouver, WA)
I had higher expectations. I'd suggest reading a magazine before reading this book. Not worth the time, and certainly not worth any investment.

Disappointed - "Mass With Mary"much better, July 23, 2004

Reviewer: Diane (Seattle)
This book is a teenagers view, not an adult realization. The new book written from inside prison with Ms. Letourneau is much better. "Mass With Mary: The Prison Years" by Christina Dress gives more insight to the woman, the story, and life for Mary since her prison sentence began. A very worthwhile read!
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