As Good as She Imagined: My Review

I think it’s safe to say that we all remember January 8, 2011. That day in Tucson, Arizona when a young girl named Christina-Taylor Green was to meet congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and was killed. I didn’t expect this book to give me much more insight on the incident than what the news had, but boy…was I wrong. The emotions within in the first chapter leaped out and grabbed me, compelling me to read on though I knew where each sentence would take me. I could hardly put this book down and I recommend it for everyone to read in their lifetime.

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