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rachels tears

you should read this book its really good
it tells the story about rachel she was a student at columbine highschool she was shot after being asked if she believed in god.
she died for her faith. and this story is giving an insight on how the belief in god can endure your life and she wants you to follow in her foot steps
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Re: rachels tears

She Said Yes is another one just like Rachel's Tears. It's about Cassie Bernel(not sure on spelling).
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