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If I Should Die Before I Wake

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If I Should Die Before I Wake by Han Nolan was one of the best books that I have ever read. It kept be on the edge of my seat, not being able to put it down. Han Nolan has an amazing writing style that brought everything in the book to life. I would highly reccomend this book to anyone who loves a fantastic read…

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Review: I read if i should die before I wake by Han Nolan this was a book about a girl named Hilary and she was in a motorcycle accident and while she’s in the hospital she thinks she is a girls named chana growing up in the neo-nazi times in Poland. I did not like this book because i just didn’t find much interest in the book the book kind of got me lost from time to time. i would recommend this book to anyone who has good patience for