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Gerard Bianco shares a fresh voice in short storytelling, leading the reader through seventeen vividly imagined journeys. When a man purchases a remote log cabin in the Adirondacks, he believes he has found a peaceful haven, until he discovers a stranger dead on his living room rug. A man, looking for a new adventure, joins a unique organization and quickly learns that gett Gerard Bianco shares a fresh voice in short storytelling, leading the reader through seventeen vividly imagined journeys. When a man purchases a remote log cabin in the Adirondacks, he believes he has found a peaceful haven, until he discovers a stranger dead on his living room rug. A man, looking for a new adventure, joins a unique organization and quickly learns that getting what you want can sometimes lead to unimagined consequences. Two couples set out on a vacation in Maine, only to find their dreamy trip has turned into a getaway nightmare. A Sharp Bend in the Road redefines the art of the short story collection. Seventeen stories, built around absorbing characters, strong conflicts, and sometimes dark and absurdly humorous ingredients, prove that the journey through life never travels in a straight line.


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Gerard Bianco shares a fresh voice in short storytelling, leading the reader through seventeen vividly imagined journeys. When a man purchases a remote log cabin in the Adirondacks, he believes he has found a peaceful haven, until he discovers a stranger dead on his living room rug. A man, looking for a new adventure, joins a unique organization and quickly learns that gett Gerard Bianco shares a fresh voice in short storytelling, leading the reader through seventeen vividly imagined journeys. When a man purchases a remote log cabin in the Adirondacks, he believes he has found a peaceful haven, until he discovers a stranger dead on his living room rug. A man, looking for a new adventure, joins a unique organization and quickly learns that getting what you want can sometimes lead to unimagined consequences. Two couples set out on a vacation in Maine, only to find their dreamy trip has turned into a getaway nightmare. A Sharp Bend in the Road redefines the art of the short story collection. Seventeen stories, built around absorbing characters, strong conflicts, and sometimes dark and absurdly humorous ingredients, prove that the journey through life never travels in a straight line.

52 review for A Sharp Bend in the Road: 17 Intriguing Stories

  1. 4 out of 5

    James Field

    'A Sharp Bend in the Road' is a fascinating collection of seventeen short stories, covering many facets of life's broody curiosities. There are laugh out loud stories, wipe a tear stories, and enough variety of themes to stir up a full range of emotions. Gerard Bianco writes competently, with a rich, easy style that bubbles away in the background without interfering with his tales. He displays a talent for taking everyday situations and forging them into something compellingly extraordinary. My f 'A Sharp Bend in the Road' is a fascinating collection of seventeen short stories, covering many facets of life's broody curiosities. There are laugh out loud stories, wipe a tear stories, and enough variety of themes to stir up a full range of emotions. Gerard Bianco writes competently, with a rich, easy style that bubbles away in the background without interfering with his tales. He displays a talent for taking everyday situations and forging them into something compellingly extraordinary. My favourites are: 'A Sharp Bend in the Road' (Romance in an old peoples home); 'The Cursing Game' (Self-defence for cripples); 'The Reluctant Hero' (Hilarious); and 'Yesterday, Thomas was a Tree' (Heart-rending). However, I do have a complaint. I like stories to have a beginning, a middle, and an end, no matter how short they are. Some of these stories suddenly stopped, leaving me stranded with a question mark hanging over my head. They start with a resounding hook, but plot and resolution are sadly missing. Others might not agree with me on this, but I found it frustrating. Don’t be put off though, there are many five star gems in this collection. To find an overall star ranking, I rated each individual story, found the average, and rounded up to the next whole number. So whatever your taste in fiction, read this interesting collection and pick your own favourites. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a non-reciprocal, honest, and unbiased review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Neal

    “A Sharp Bend in the Road” by Gerard Bianco is a diverse collection of seventeen stories intended to highlight certain emotions and thoughtful incites. The collection started out strong with ‘Putz’ and ‘The Would-Be Murderess Who Was Finally Nailed.’ Then there were the thought provoking stories: ‘A Sharp Bend In The Road’; ‘The Cursing Game’; and ‘The Reluctant Hero.’ Gerard Bianco knows how to tell a story and highlight emotions. There are definitely some worthwhile stories within his collecti “A Sharp Bend in the Road” by Gerard Bianco is a diverse collection of seventeen stories intended to highlight certain emotions and thoughtful incites. The collection started out strong with ‘Putz’ and ‘The Would-Be Murderess Who Was Finally Nailed.’ Then there were the thought provoking stories: ‘A Sharp Bend In The Road’; ‘The Cursing Game’; and ‘The Reluctant Hero.’ Gerard Bianco knows how to tell a story and highlight emotions. There are definitely some worthwhile stories within his collection. The stories that I didn’t like all seemed to be brief and without purpose. However, if there is one thing I have learned about short stories is that the success of a story relies greatly upon the individual. I could not adequately connect in any meaningful way with ‘Tattoo’ and ‘It wasn’t me.” Such stories left me questioning their inclusion in the collection. Admittedly, that just may be my personal taste. Overall, the writing was solid. The majority of stories were engaging and clear on their intent and purpose. I even found myself recognizing certain innate beliefs from my own life and reconsidering such thoughts. I was not paid for this review in any fashion. I am not swapping reviews with Mr. Bianco. It has been quite some time since I considered a collection of short stories. I am now determined to read some more.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ginger Bensman

    Rating: 3.5 rounded to 4 A Sharp Bend in the Road is a collection of seventeen imaginative short stories, many are only a few pages long, a few are eight to ten pages, and one story at the end of the collection runs more than fifty pages. The tone of this collection is playful but dark, and as I was reading them, Bianco’s stories often reminded me of episodes from the old Twilight Zone televisions series (which I loved). There’s a lot of cleverness here and don’t expect tidy resolutions. Most of Rating: 3.5 rounded to 4 A Sharp Bend in the Road is a collection of seventeen imaginative short stories, many are only a few pages long, a few are eight to ten pages, and one story at the end of the collection runs more than fifty pages. The tone of this collection is playful but dark, and as I was reading them, Bianco’s stories often reminded me of episodes from the old Twilight Zone televisions series (which I loved). There’s a lot of cleverness here and don’t expect tidy resolutions. Most of these stories are laced with some madness or magical realism, many have elements of the supernatural, and each story ends with a twist. My absolute favorites were The Spirit of Christmas and A Town Like I Ain’t Never Seen, though in both cases, I longed to see them more fully developed. And that’s my biggest wish for the stories in this collection – more character development, more proofs (that help me “suspend disbelief”), and with several stories—endings that aren’t so abrupt. All in all – these are fun and interesting stories (some that will have your heart pounding or move you emotionally). If they sound like your cup of tea, I recommend that you read them, one by one, over a series of days or even weeks and savor them individually.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lana Axe

    I love it when an author can grab my attention and make me love a character in a short work of fiction. That's the way this collection is written. Some of the stories are quite short indeed, but they still managed to jump out at me and evoke a response. That's very good writing! I was also impressed with the wide variety of genres present in these pages. There is romance and suspense, as well as beautifully written literary pieces. I laughed, I cried, I clutched my ereader a little tighter at tim I love it when an author can grab my attention and make me love a character in a short work of fiction. That's the way this collection is written. Some of the stories are quite short indeed, but they still managed to jump out at me and evoke a response. That's very good writing! I was also impressed with the wide variety of genres present in these pages. There is romance and suspense, as well as beautifully written literary pieces. I laughed, I cried, I clutched my ereader a little tighter at times. And I came away feeling like I'd just lived seventeen different lives. Some of these stories would make excellent full-fledged novels. My favorite had to be Yesterday, Thomas was a Tree. It's thought-provoking and touching, and I enjoyed seeing through the eyes of a child. Also, I enjoyed A Process of Elimination and The Cursing Game. Definitely a collection that won't disappoint. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Arthur

    Gerard Bianco's Collection of Short Stories begins with a quote by Franz Kafka, something about "setting free the tremendous world inside his head" and "isn't it better to let it out--let it tear you apart" versus "leaving it buried"--does this mean Bianco is working some things out on his characters because, quite frankly, he's not always nice to them. He makes fun of them, calls them names, sets them up, traps them in hopeless situations, kills them in rather horrid ways, or they kill one anot Gerard Bianco's Collection of Short Stories begins with a quote by Franz Kafka, something about "setting free the tremendous world inside his head" and "isn't it better to let it out--let it tear you apart" versus "leaving it buried"--does this mean Bianco is working some things out on his characters because, quite frankly, he's not always nice to them. He makes fun of them, calls them names, sets them up, traps them in hopeless situations, kills them in rather horrid ways, or they kill one another in horrid ways; in a few stories they come out ahead but not in many. Sometimes the stories are a little crass, a little gross. I found myself thinking, "oh boy, wonder what he's going to do to this poor slob?" Call it a kind of literary sang froid. The stories range from 8 to a multi-chaptered 350 pages (e-book). Dark humor, funny, they're also quirky, punchy, and make economic use of vocabulary sometimes using tired, flat cliches, or the analogies/metaphors don't exactly work (ex: "sailboat without a motor", "animals come out in droves", "a shrill bell whined", "the dead of winter", "clown shot out of a cannon", "my brain worked feverishly", "air sparkled with pre-game excitement", "clear any cobwebs", "thank my lucky stars", "dead in my/her tracks", etc.). Then again, maybe this is meant to emphasize the cognitive limitations of his characters, why they get in these situations in the first place. In most of the stories, the quirkiness of the plot makes up for it. While I do like dark humor, I did not particularly enjoy the more gross or violent stories. Without spoilers, my favorites were Putz, the story of, well, a clueless putz--and he was even warned. The Process of Elimination--all I can say is you'll never guess what ruined this tranquil getaway. A Sharp Bend in the Road is delightful--the type of revenge we all wish on the small-minded self-centered sort that can ruin a day, or even a life. More is Less had me picturing a dolled-up but not so sophisticated Shirley MacLaine and Lily Tomlin whispering at a jewelry counter--it was funny and delightful. The Cursing Game--apt and telling, funny, especially if you know someone with a disability as I do. He has described similar experiences. The last "short story" is a multi-chapter story about a character I could relate to because the same sort is the star of my own novel, Birdbrain. It is a sad story about a simple girl who unlike my protagonist, never embraces her power, intuition, trapped in nowhere, only 'rising above it' through...well, just read it. While not all of the stories floated my boat, they are memorable and may stick with you. Since reading them, I have caught myself chuckling while waiting for an elevator--I may never press the button first again. Regarding my friend's cabin in the woods, I will probably look through all the windows now before I go in.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Connie Lacy

    This collection of short stories includes a good many characters you might call odd. And if they’re not odd, many of the situations they’re faced with are unusual, some are outlandish. What ties them together is a creative energy, a sense of the surreal and some excellent dialog. It also seems like many of the characters are restless or otherwise dissatisfied with their lives, making some questionable choices as they try to improve their lot. The author obviously has a good sense of humor, which This collection of short stories includes a good many characters you might call odd. And if they’re not odd, many of the situations they’re faced with are unusual, some are outlandish. What ties them together is a creative energy, a sense of the surreal and some excellent dialog. It also seems like many of the characters are restless or otherwise dissatisfied with their lives, making some questionable choices as they try to improve their lot. The author obviously has a good sense of humor, which is injected throughout this collection, as when the young narrator in “The Reluctant Hero” explains he has the worst luck with girlfriends, telling us the longest he ever dated a girl was nine months. Turns out she was in a coma all that time and the young man says “If Betty had never woken up, we might have dated for years.” “The Long Ride,” the last story in the book – and my favorite – has a main character who talks to inanimate objects, like her bed, lamp and even a doorknob, as she deals with an unhappy marriage and a vacation from hell. Some of the stories feel a bit like episodes from The Twilight Zone, like “The Organization.” The man telling the story is on the lam, recalling how he tried to better himself by joining what turned out to be a very dangerous group that had nightmarish powers over its members. I enjoyed most of the stories, due in large part to the quirky characters and the author’s talent for dialog. I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest, non-reciprocal review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Smita Bhattacharya

    I enjoyed reading Gerard Bianco‘s collection of short stories. Each is unique with unusual storylines, varied themes and characters. These are largely slice of life stories and the narrative style easy enough to enable a fast read. The first story - Putz describes a momentous day in life of a failing salesman where he learns more lessons than one; it made me wonder why we don’t use the word more. The Would be Murderess who was finally nailed (interesting title that) about the doings of a psychoti I enjoyed reading Gerard Bianco‘s collection of short stories. Each is unique with unusual storylines, varied themes and characters. These are largely slice of life stories and the narrative style easy enough to enable a fast read. The first story - Putz describes a momentous day in life of a failing salesman where he learns more lessons than one; it made me wonder why we don’t use the word more. The Would be Murderess who was finally nailed (interesting title that) about the doings of a psychotic partner was eventful. The Organization was creative – an upside down look at our crazy lives and what happens when we break the rules. A Sharp Bend in the Road on which the book is names is a heartwarming story of mature love. I liked Yesterday, Thomas Was a Tree - story of a little boy coping with life and hospital, A Process of Elimination written in a tragicomic style and More is less – on a scheming couple in a jewelry store - the best. I can’t write too much about the stories lest I give away their essential storyline. As a reader though I prefer more investment in character building (background, emotions, motivation etc.) which I found missing in some of the stories. And in a few of them, the ending was a bit too abrupt and the writing too cursory for my tastes. I received a free copy of the book in exchange for my honest review. This did not affect my rating or my review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kate Tailor

    I really enjoyed a Sharp Bend in the Road. It is a collection of short stories, some a little longer than others. Most of them left me with an unsettling feeling. They aren’t horror stories, but there is a definite dark theme. One of the things that I really liked was the way each story had a different voice. The main characters in each piece had a distinct tone and the stories themselves were quite diverse. There was a story about a nursing home, another about a racecar enthusiast, one about a I really enjoyed a Sharp Bend in the Road. It is a collection of short stories, some a little longer than others. Most of them left me with an unsettling feeling. They aren’t horror stories, but there is a definite dark theme. One of the things that I really liked was the way each story had a different voice. The main characters in each piece had a distinct tone and the stories themselves were quite diverse. There was a story about a nursing home, another about a racecar enthusiast, one about a creepy organization, and another about a man who finds an intruder in his closet. My favorite was probably A Process of Elimination and to me the funniest was the story that lent its name to the book A Sharp Bend in the Road. Each of the stories was well written and most of them had a good arc, something that many short stories fail to achieve. I would recommend this book. It was eerie but fun. I received a copy of this book for an honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michael Gardner

    I suspect Mr Bianco is a fan, as I am, of the masters of the modern American short story. He writes vividly, but sparsely, with the lean word economy these writers brought to the short story form, but his style is his own. It’s a great mix, in subject, mode and length. There are laugh out loud stories (The Reluctant Hero is superb), edgy suspense (A Process of Elimination, also excellent), drama, intrigue, and so much more. The best, in my opinion, is Yesterday Thomas was a Tree – which is an out I suspect Mr Bianco is a fan, as I am, of the masters of the modern American short story. He writes vividly, but sparsely, with the lean word economy these writers brought to the short story form, but his style is his own. It’s a great mix, in subject, mode and length. There are laugh out loud stories (The Reluctant Hero is superb), edgy suspense (A Process of Elimination, also excellent), drama, intrigue, and so much more. The best, in my opinion, is Yesterday Thomas was a Tree – which is an outstanding story and worth the price of admission on its own. The collection ranges from flash fiction length stories to longer more developed tales. The flash fiction stories resonate - the more developed stories leave you with a sense of satisfactory completion. Here’s hoping there’s a sequel… with 18 intriguing tales. I could’ve happily read one more.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Roberson

    This book shouldn't just be read - it should be experienced!! Mr. Bianco wrote these stories, in my opinion, not to just read them. They also make you think, and they run the gamut from amusing to bizarre!! After the 1st story, you won't stop reading until the book is done, and you'll be left begging for more from this most amazing Author!! I won this book from Goodreads, but it has to bearing on my review whatsoever. This book shouldn't just be read - it should be experienced!! Mr. Bianco wrote these stories, in my opinion, not to just read them. They also make you think, and they run the gamut from amusing to bizarre!! After the 1st story, you won't stop reading until the book is done, and you'll be left begging for more from this most amazing Author!! I won this book from Goodreads, but it has to bearing on my review whatsoever.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mike Russell

    ‘A Sharp Bend in the Road’ is a charming collection of well written stories full of playful ironies and confounded expectations that employs gentle humour, succinct characterisations and the occasional mystery.

  12. 4 out of 5

    G. Miki

    These really are intriguing stories. In fact, some of them have stayed on my mind. The characters are unique, as are the happenings. The author has a lively imagination, to say the least, and some of the work is haunting. That's why I give it five stars. Well written. These really are intriguing stories. In fact, some of them have stayed on my mind. The characters are unique, as are the happenings. The author has a lively imagination, to say the least, and some of the work is haunting. That's why I give it five stars. Well written.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bill Leviathan

    A Sharp Bend in the Road is a collection of seventeen short stories. The stories follow a diverse cast of characters: Diamond dealers, a woman being placed in a retirement home, a young boy in a hospital, a young woman who talks to inanimate objects, murderous ex-spouses, omnipotent secret organizations, etc. For me, a lot of the stories fell flat. They build up for a few pages, and then hit you with a punch line of an ending, but ultimately I was left unsatisfied. It was almost like the stories A Sharp Bend in the Road is a collection of seventeen short stories. The stories follow a diverse cast of characters: Diamond dealers, a woman being placed in a retirement home, a young boy in a hospital, a young woman who talks to inanimate objects, murderous ex-spouses, omnipotent secret organizations, etc. For me, a lot of the stories fell flat. They build up for a few pages, and then hit you with a punch line of an ending, but ultimately I was left unsatisfied. It was almost like the stories were working up to some sort of twist ending, but the ending wasn't really a twist. It was more so a neat idea the author thought of but couldn't quite fit a complete story behind. The worst offender of this was the longest story in the collection The Long Ride, which lived up to its title as being a too long story with one dimensional characters and a predictable ending. There are two stories, Tattoo and It Wasn't Me, that are just long form jokes. And not good ones either. That said, there are still a few gems in the collection. A Process of Elimination, The Organization, and Yesterday, Thomas Was a Tree. A Process of Elimination and Thomas really get you into the mind of the main character. The plot may not blow you away, but the characterization is great, and in the case of Thomas, heartfelt and sincere. The Organization was kind of the opposite. The main characters involved are forgettable, but the way they travel through the story's world is wonderful and imaginative. Also, The Spirit of Christmas, while kitschy, was an enjoyable read that left me wanting for Christmas in August. In total, the four stories mentioned in this paragraph make up about 30% of the collection. This collection could be great. A lot of the stories have potential, but get lost along the way in search of a good ending. The Long Ride is a prime example. It has a very interesting main character, but the story the character lives in doesn't live up to her potential. Overall, I would rate this as a good read. At times great, and at times just disappointing.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Caterina Patacchiola

    I loved this book. What I found most striking is the unpredictability of each story - the surprise ending - the twists and turns. Every story has a lot of wit, interesting characters, good story line, excellent writing, but for me, the twists are what makes this book unique. It's the trademarke of this author. It's what I enjoyed most. I look forward to reading more. I loved this book. What I found most striking is the unpredictability of each story - the surprise ending - the twists and turns. Every story has a lot of wit, interesting characters, good story line, excellent writing, but for me, the twists are what makes this book unique. It's the trademarke of this author. It's what I enjoyed most. I look forward to reading more.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Hibah Shabkhez

    With 17 short, rather thrilling stories with an occasional touch of the gothic, this is one of those remarkable books in which every tale has a twist. My personal favourite remains Putz, in which the reader certainly does not have the last laugh ... Highly recommended for all fans of the genre, and for anyone else looking for a light yet profound read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Bruno Goncalves

    At first I tried to grade each story and then average it out like some mathematical problem, and I ended up with a measly 3.59 stars! But then I realized that I had graded the lengthier tales higher than the shorter ones, and so I decided upon 4 stars as a matter of fairness, since the vast majority of the book’s length was enjoyable to me. Three stories received 2 stars: “A Tattoo”, “It Wasn’t Me” and “It Was Just a Feeling”. They were absurdly short, completely pointless and left me sighing in At first I tried to grade each story and then average it out like some mathematical problem, and I ended up with a measly 3.59 stars! But then I realized that I had graded the lengthier tales higher than the shorter ones, and so I decided upon 4 stars as a matter of fairness, since the vast majority of the book’s length was enjoyable to me. Three stories received 2 stars: “A Tattoo”, “It Wasn’t Me” and “It Was Just a Feeling”. They were absurdly short, completely pointless and left me sighing in frustration at the end. Those stories had no business being in this book, especially considering the gems that are to be found within it! Five star stories: “Putz” was the book’s first story and a source of immense enjoyment to me. I can only say that I’ll say no more; I don’t want to let slip any spoilers. “The Cursing Game” and “Yesterday, Thomas Was a Tree” were both thought-provoking tales, and gave me great respect for the author as someone seeking to do more than just entertain. Four star stories: “A Sharp Bend on the Road”, “More is less”, “The Reluctant Hero”, “Behind the Closet Door” and “The Spirit of Christmas” were also entertaining reads. I suspect the author knows enough about the business of jewelry to have at some point been a professional in the area; this shines through in some of his stories and makes for a fascinating read. I firmly believe that the stories I graded with two stars probably shouldn’t have made their way in there, since they risk distracting a reader from what I otherwise consider a well-edited and very recommendable book. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an objective and non-reciprocal review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Travis Bow

    A somewhat random collection of short stories that read a bit like creative writing assignments. The good: Some inventive scenarios and a few surprising twists. Well edited. Some pretty decent dialogue. The bad: It may just be my personal taste, but I have a hard time getting into fiction when I can't like anything about the characters. The author ruthlessly portrayed many of the characters as clueless and/or evil. The plots themselves struck me as scenarios more than stories... several of them ended A somewhat random collection of short stories that read a bit like creative writing assignments. The good: Some inventive scenarios and a few surprising twists. Well edited. Some pretty decent dialogue. The bad: It may just be my personal taste, but I have a hard time getting into fiction when I can't like anything about the characters. The author ruthlessly portrayed many of the characters as clueless and/or evil. The plots themselves struck me as scenarios more than stories... several of them ended and left me thinking, "What was the point of that?". Fiction doesn't have to have a "point", of course, but there's something about a good story that leaves you satisfied. Most of these stories did not do that for me. Themes: -Insanity (several of the short stories feature people hallucinating, sometimes for pages). -Puns (lots of them... one of the stories is mainly a setup for a pun) -Antiheroes (there's not much to admire about any of the characters... most of them are kind of despicable) -Adult content (a lot of heavy cursing and sexual themes and some fairly graphic violence) Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest, non-reciprocal review.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Melinda M

    A sharp Bend in the Road is well written with 17 different stories varying in length . Most of the stories have a dark side tone. If you like horror or writers in the vain of Poe you will like this. I prefer stories that are not dark so not my favorite type of reading material. I gave it three stars because it is well written and the stories flow well. I received a copy of this book thru Goodreads Giveaways.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jhoana Paula dela Cruz

  20. 4 out of 5

    Iin Ndah

  21. 4 out of 5

    Marlene Smith

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sherry

    A fun collection of short stories - 17 in total. This collection is quite well done, the author is very creative in the construction of each piece and each one kept me interested in reading to the end. The only issue I had is several of the stories had dramatic climaxes but fell flat in the ending, almost like the author wasn't sure how to finish them. All in all a very fun group of stories, a good read giveaway, thanks for the copy! A fun collection of short stories - 17 in total. This collection is quite well done, the author is very creative in the construction of each piece and each one kept me interested in reading to the end. The only issue I had is several of the stories had dramatic climaxes but fell flat in the ending, almost like the author wasn't sure how to finish them. All in all a very fun group of stories, a good read giveaway, thanks for the copy!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ann Swann

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dashmeet kaur

  26. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Céspedes céspedes

  27. 4 out of 5

    Frederick Rotzien

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda Bryant

  29. 4 out of 5

    Diren

  30. 4 out of 5

    Julia Conway

  31. 4 out of 5

    Vykki

  32. 4 out of 5

    Nicola Fantom

  33. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Dickenson

  34. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Henderson

  35. 5 out of 5

    MICHAEL BARTON

  36. 4 out of 5

    Agnes

  37. 5 out of 5

    Maureen

  38. 5 out of 5

    Henricus Era

  39. 4 out of 5

    Ionut Cristian Andrei

  40. 4 out of 5

    Donna Schubert

  41. 5 out of 5

    Ash Bansal

  42. 5 out of 5

    Mona

  43. 5 out of 5

    Sue

  44. 4 out of 5

    Betty

  45. 4 out of 5

    Khalid Boukdran

  46. 5 out of 5

    Paul

  47. 4 out of 5

    Erin

  48. 4 out of 5

    Melitta Cross

  49. 5 out of 5

    Marjorie

  50. 4 out of 5

    Cassandra

  51. 4 out of 5

    Dianne

  52. 5 out of 5

    Todd Rumsey

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