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Three Minutes More

Three Minutes More

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by Edward O'Dell

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Michael Steven's already troubled young life has taken a sudden, dramatic turn. Severely injured, he will need a miracle if he is to survive the night. While he lay wondering if could have altered the evening's horrific events, his thoughts begin to drift. He comes to understand the monster he knows is much easier to deal with than the one he doesn't. Laugh. Cry.

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Three Minutes More 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
sasasue More than 1 year ago
I read this book and my heart broke for this boy. and just when you think that he is going to have the life that he should ............. :(
tifferne More than 1 year ago
I bought this book because it is set not even 30 miles from where I live. I couldnt put it down once I started because I had to know what would happen next. This book was extremley well written and keeps you wondering what happens next. However sad and scary to know that things such as happened to these boys did and still do happen. A MUST READ!!!
Ray_Lloyd More than 1 year ago
Once about every ten years or so, one reads a book he or she just knows they will never forget. Three Minutes More is such a book. What started out as a philosophical take on God and Heaven quickly turned into one of the most fast paced, thrilling, chilling, and emotional journeys I've ever been taken on. The story explores the horrors of sickening abuse, the power of sibling love, the unexplainable evil that exists in the world and the quirks that make us who we are. What separates this from others in its genre is that it is so powerfully, yet believably, told though the eyes of a loveable, critically injured eleven year old child. Though there are amusing chapters, like a familly fight with a bobcat and an encounter with the devil himself by one of the brothers, the book reads quite dark. If true, I cannot imagine a more bizarre, disturbing, and saddening account from anyone. I contacted the author through his website to ask him if this was a true account. His response: "fifteen chapters fact, one chapter speculative non fiction." On the website, his book's motto is "Laugh. Cry. Get Angry. Cheer. Reflect." I did all those things, just not in that order! Overall, a superbly written, powerful, if disturbing, read! Above all else, it is to be forever remembered.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book but why was this in true crime section?
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LaurieLewis75 More than 1 year ago
This was a very powerful book.
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