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The First Counsel

by Brad Meltzer

The First Counsel by Brad Meltzer
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  • First Published:
    Jan 2001, 496 pages
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    Dec 2001, 496 pages

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Victoria Williams (11/18/10)

such a good book!
I think this book was absolutely amazing! It was full of action, romance, and disappointment. The ending was such a great twist! Really well done!
tess goodwin (11/20/08)

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The worst book I have ever read. One cannot even justify calling this a book. It is a trashy romance novel. The phrasing is ridiculous and the twist at the end is predictable and trite. HORRIBLY AWFUL!!
rebecca (05/11/04)

To be honest with you, I dont read many books because none interest me. I am not really interested in politics or anything about the White House but this book was a definate page turner and I could not put it down. When I finished, I was disapointed because I didnt want the book to end! Rebecca-17
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