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Thomas Nelson Together, Shared Vision Series #1

One misstep on a mountain climbing trip plunged Brenden McCarthy into darkness by stealing his sight--and everythingelse he held dear. But a too-independent guide dog named Nelson just might bring him back to life...if they don't kick him out of guide dog school first.
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Review 1 for Together, Shared Vision Series #1
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Date:July 23, 2010
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Royce Ann Henderson
Outstanding. A wonderful story of true, pure love. It touched my life in so many ways. It brought so many emotions to the surface. I cried at times and then laughed at other times. I have always loved dogs in a very special way. They give unconditional love, and they are always wanting to please. I enjoyed this book immensely and would recommend it to all.
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Review 2 for Together, Shared Vision Series #1
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Date:August 11, 2009
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Susan Kaitukoff
I really enjoyed this book. Great story - both entertaining as well as educating....but...not real sure why it qualifiers as a "Christian" item. The mere mention of "God" does not a "Christian-Book" make. However aside from drinking episodes and implied non-marital sex between two of the main characters, followed by a "one-nighter that didn't mean anything", it was an interesting treatise on the subject of service dogs and the bond forged between them and their people.Can't really call it a Christian-Fictional work though. Seems a bit more like a tamer secular book.
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Review 3 for Together, Shared Vision Series #1
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Date:June 16, 2009
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April Carroll
This from a Christian publisher? Four letter words, drinking, fornication, drunkenness (and these never identified as a sin) in a novel marketed to Christian readers? I'm appalled at the publisher - you can just throw a handful of sentences about God in a book and claim it is Christian!
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