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  • Jodie Groton, CT - Would definitely get another Char BroilI must start by saying that this is my first grill so I don't have much experience with variety. We use our CharBroil Infrared quite a bit and have had it now for four years. The first two years we were vigilant with cleaning and covering, however the third year it was left uncovered and snowed on all winter and was subject to salt spray (we live on the coast). It started to rust on the inside by springtime. Finally it rusted so bad that it started cooking unevenly so last week we purchased the "refresher kit" for $70. It replaced the majority of the innards. After replacing the grates, pans, and a couple of other parts that came with the kit. The grill is brand new again and we expect to get at least a couple of more years from it. We would definitely go with this brand and model again, maybe next time around be a little more consistent with covering and oiling.
  • Vicki Jennings - A High Chair for Everywhere!I am so excited to have this chair. It's a gift for my first grand child! My own children had a similar one when they were little (30 years ago) which we drug to grandma's and every restaurant in town! This chair has so many more features, including a much safer clamp for attaching to the table. Three cheers for Amazon for stocking an extremely welcome and useful item!!
  • Taek04 "Off Turning Pages..." - A Bountiful Read - Incredible Book!When I heard of a new impending release by Tessa Afshar, I was excited. Biblical Fiction is one of my favorite genres to read, and after reading her previous book, A Pearl in the Sand, I expected a great story. I was not disappointed as I saw the creation of a strong character in Sarah who provided a look at what could have been.

    If you are familiar at all with the Biblical story of Esther, this is situated right after the death of Queen Esther, King Xerxes, and is during the time of King Artaxerxes and his Queen Damaspia. There is little mentioned on this time, so a lot of creative license can be taken.

    Sarah is immediately someone a reader can relate to, a scared girl who wonders if she is valued, loved. We all deal with that inadequacy, wondering if we lack something. Afshar's take on this character as well as her handling of the delicate issue of being a female scribe in a job that is commonly held by a man is refreshing.

    I picked this book up at 6pm and did not place it down until I'd finished reading it, something around 10pm. It was not a short book, but it was one I found hard to place down. With engaging characters and dynamic storylines, Afshar immerses her readers in the world of which she writes, a world that leaves us wanting for more, even when the story ends.

    If you enjoy Biblical Fiction, this is a book you will not want to miss. For that reason I am giving Afshar's book 5 out of 5 stars for what I consider an excellent addition to the genre of Biblical Fiction.

    I received this book for free from Moody Publishers in return for my honest review.