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Making Faces by [Harmon, Amy]
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About the Author

Amy Harmon is the New York Times bestselling author of A Different Blue, Making Faces, and the Purgatory series. Amy has been a motivational speaker, a teacher, a home school mom, and a member of the Grammy Award-winning Saints Unified Voices Choir. Visit her at authoramyharmon.com.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1399 KB
  • Print Length: 405 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1518609554
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F0XL3B2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 126 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,649 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Making Faces by Amy Harmon

5 stars!!

"If God makes all our faces, did he laugh when he made me?
Does he make the legs that cannot walk and eyes that cannot see?
Does he curl the hair upon my head `til it rebels in wild defiance?
Does he close the ears of the deaf man to make him more reliant?
Is the way I look coincidence or just a twist of fate?
If he made me this way, is it okay, to blame him for the things I hate?
For the flaws that seem to worsen every time I see a mirror,
For the ugliness I see in me, for the loathing and the fear.
Does he sculpt us for his pleasure, for a reason I can't see?
If God makes all our faces, did he laugh when he made me?"

This book is one truly amazing piece of writing. It hurt to read it, so bad, my head hurt, my heart ached, my eyes stung but I could not put it down. It was such a captivating read. Even though I could relate in so many ways, far more than I ever wished I could, despite the pain I felt when reading, I read it in one sitting. Nothing or no-one was going to get in the way. I was totally gone, zoned out into a world of Fern, Ambrose and my little Bailey.

I really don't know where to start...I don't want to waffle but I want to do this book justice. I could probably write for hours about this book, but then it would put you all off!! So I will give you the basics.

This is a book that will have you thinking, thinking a lot! It will make you question how you see yourself and those around you. Are we all really that shallow that we only judge people on the way they look and their appearances. Do we only see the flaws and the disabilities rather than the person underneath?
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Really loved this book. A somewhat alternative look at the beauty and the beast story. I loved and hated what occurred within the story as it not only built the character profiles but also brought many different emotions to the reader. Some real sad moments in the story but overall, makes you think about the perception of people both how they see people and themselves. Read it in one sitting and would definitely recommend this story to anyone so give it a go :)
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A book that captures grief, love, pain and sorrow while being expertly written. Amy Harmon has written a story that has so much emotion. I cried buckets while reading this as well as laughing just as much. This is a special story that teaches us all that beauty is only skin deep it really is in the eye of the beholder. A MUST READ.
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By Tallulah TOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 Oct. 2013
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First read for me by this author but I will certainly be reading more of her novels. The reviews for this book drew me in but it was much more than I expected. I have read a few books that have made me shed a tear or two but this book moved me to more than a few tears. Believe me when I say I hate to read in a review about tears and needing tissues but this is one time I have to make the exception and mention the tears yet they were not all tears of sadness but more brought on by the pure brilliance of this writing and the emotions that the author was able to create with her storytelling.

This is more than a romance book. It's a story of friendship, bravery and most of all love. I loved the poems and the quotes from Shakespeare which were so meaningful. The story features Ambrose, Fern and Bailey. Three friends that go through so much. We have the romance between Ambrose and Fern, a slow burn romance that has them both suffering from their own insecurities but to me, the romance is the secondary story in this book. The real story is much, much, more than the romance. It's about beauty, overcoming the odds, grief, loss, hope and moving on which is all told so beautifully by this author. I loved Ambrose and Fern but the character who really shines is Bailey. So touching, so well written.

There is no denying that this book has sad moments but it also has happy moments and inspirational moments. This story will stay with me and there are not many books I have been able to say that about.

Bravo Ms Harmon
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Making Faces is not just a good read, it is way beyond that, I thought that a Different Blue was excellent this surpasses, 5 stars hardly touches. This story puts life, love, loss pain and acceptance into proportion. Set in a small town in Pennsylvania, Fern never believed she was beautiful, but her beauty was within her. Bailey her cousin, whose strength of character flies even though he has MD and Ambrose who after returning from Iraq was not the same person who had left 18 months earlier with his four friends. A magnificent story, one you will not forget easily and will find yourself recommending it to others. I regard this as a DO not think twice 1click book. Well done and thank you AMY HARMON
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I liked this book but didn't love it. The story is good but it was rather slow to start. I think it really picked up at the end which was quite disappointing. It would have been better if Fern and Ambrose got it together earlier. I loved Bailey, he was a superb character and very wise. Even though this is meant to be a sad story I don't think you'll need the tissues out. I felt the whole story was missing some depth in places and could have had a bit more angst. No steam in this one and I probably won't recommend as a 'got to be read' book.
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