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1. Title:A Book For Midwives: Care For Pregnancy, Birth, and Women's Health

Author: Susan Klein, Suellen Miller, Fiona Thomson

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Publisher:Hesperian Foundation




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I think I know why, and I'll get to that in a second, but I'd first like to say that this isn't a bad book. I happily read right through to the end without feeling like it was a chore to finish. Some of Follett's tried and tested formula is present here - namely, a central starcrossed romance and despicable villains - which keeps the pages


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I’m done. I’m just so done.

Lately, apparently, I’ve been drawn to books where the main character has some kind of disability. There was Seraphina where the main character was half human, half dragon and disfigured with scales, and then there was Sight Unseen, a promising m/m romance that ended up just being just an offending mess to all blind people (at least in the opinion of this sighted person).

So, naturally, when I saw this book about a boy who loses his ability to speak, I was intrigued. Re


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