They like what they’ve read


 

Review by AshiAkira

Review by AshiAkira

Review by Arohii

Review by Arohii

Review by Jeff

Review by Jeff

Review by David

Review by David

Review by Josh Gross

Review by Josh Gross

About my recent book, you can read here: “Adolescence, trapped between two worlds”

Or you can simply buy it from here

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9 thoughts on “They like what they’ve read

  1. Some wonderful, thoroughly deserved reviews (from what I have been able to read so far). As I said before, I’m determined to read your book in Romanian and the five or six day drive to Romania will be the perfect occasion for this. Also it wil immerse me in Romanian before my month in your beautiful country. I’m not surprised by the above reviews; I’ve already discovered that you are an exceptionally talented young woman in a nation of exceptionally talented people. Felicitari, si succes!

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    • Glad you liked them as I liked them, too.
      I am happy to hear that my book will help you to exercise your Romanian 🙂
      Thank you so very much for your beautiful words and for your great support.
      Mo-hugs ❤

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  2. I’ve now read the whole book. Here’s my review:
    I did intend to read your book, as you know, ‘pe drum’ from England but after a long drive each day I was too tired to read anything. In a way I am glad; I have just read it sitting in a Romanian garden, in the shade as it’s very hot.
    It is a remarkable book. It would be so if written by a ‘mature’ adult but the fact it is written by someone only 17/18 years old is truly astounding. No male of any age could have written it but the insights would come to most women much later.
    It is also a truly brave book; you reveal your innermost thoughts and feelings in a way few would venture to do.
    I hope you will forgive an old man for giving some advice. The male of the species is but a boy until at the very least 25 years old, so by all means enjoy them but do not get ‘tied’ to them until they are older, preferably quite a bit older, than this. ‘Love’ is a fickle thing. You have never mentioned siblings but if you are a single child you are likely to be pressed by parents to produce grandchildren. Resist it until you are in your late 20s. Lesson finished!
    I am thrilled to tell you I read the complete book in Romanian, never needing to consult the English version and having to consult the oracle (Petronela of course) for only one word; I knew the noun but could not recall it and the romanian grammar fooled me.
    Final word on the book: every parent of a teenage girl should read it. Others can read it simply for its poetic quality though, of course, some of that will be lost if you have to read it in English.

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    • This is a fabulous review, my friend. I will use it in next post on my blog. I want to ask you something. Could you write this wonderful review on Amazon or Lulu.com?
      Thank you for your help and support, R 😀
      Mo-hugs ❤
      P.S. – Have a safe and beautiful way to way home!

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