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Jessica Paje on May 3, 2011 at 4:36 PM said:

Dear Helen, as I sat here under the Spring-time sun in beautiful Yokosuka Japan, I could not stop turning the page; looking forward to reading Dr. Peterson's journal or thinking of how Cat & Maddie would spend their day. After personally experiencing the triple disaster here in Japan on 3/11/11, the part that really touched me was when Cat precisely figured out what good could come out of the horrible tragedy she physically and emotionally endured. I was her biggest cheerleader when she determined what her new calling was. A great story and I look forward to the next!!
Cody Jendro on February 5, 2011 at 8:54 AM said:

Hi Helen,
I am reading your book, and it rocks! I am doing a book report on it for English!! I can't wait for more books to come! Happy Birthday! :) Congratulations on your creation of such a great novel! The best book I have read, I don't like reading, but when I picked up your book, It's sooo hard to put it down. Honestly, A GREAT BOOK!
Jackie Wittick on January 17, 2011 at 1:15 PM said:

I really enjoyed this book and the way the storyline always kept me on the edge of my seat. I could not wait to see what would be next for Catherine and if she ever would find true happiness! I look forward to reading the next book by Helen Laibach.
Jan Whitworth on September 15, 2010 at 8:40 PM said:

If a book could be rated from 1 to 100 stars this one would be 100. Thank You. You are a wonderful writer and I so look forward to your next book.
Brenda Joyce Franklin on July 26, 2010 at 9:11 AM said:

I had no idea the magnitude of emotions that the written word could provoke. I found myself not wanting to let go of the characters; I became a part of their witching struggle between good and evil; right and wrong and most of all, the patience of love. “A Soul Less Broken” is book that every young woman with self doubt should read. I predict a stint on the best seller’s list. I look forward to Helen Laibach’s next journey.
Dianna Richardson on July 21, 2010 at 9:10 PM said:

I can’t comment enough on this book. Helen does an amazing job providing a beautifully written novel that captures fear, hope, courage, and love. I fell in love with the story and even more with the relationships of the characters. I read it cover to cover in one night. I couldn't bear to put it down eager to see where life’s obstacles would lead Catherine next. A Soul Less Broken is one of the best stories I have read in a long time.
Kathy Carroll on July 21, 2010 at 11:38 AM said:

Characters spring to vivid life in Helen Laibach's powerful portrait of a young woman struggling to rebuild her life in the wake of a violent attack. The story unfolds within a fast-moving kaleidoscope of human emotions. A great read!

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