“Life is too short to read bad books.”
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- Kirkus Reviews

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Praised by award-winning and best-selling authors in Britain, Canada, the US and Australia, LEGACY has also garnered 4 and 5-star reviews on Amazon.ca. It is available in hardbound, paperback, and eBook form, and is available from FriesenPress, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Chapters, as well as Apple iBookstore, Amazon Kindle, Google Play, the Nook, and the Kobo Store.
If Napier gives a positive review- I know that I will enjoy the book and/or author.
- Steve Neal, Amazon.com customer

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