by Janna Yeshanova
And currently ranking #1 on the Listopia list ‘Best Second Chance Romance’
The light, often jocular language attracts the reader from the first pages. The descriptions of nature are so gentle and so simple, like nature itself. They act as the background to the sophisticated and contradictory nature of the heroine and her anything but simple love.
From the first pages you feel that a romantic and passionate story of love will open in front of you. Your expectations are not disappointed. In spite of it, you are getting involved in the destiny of the heroine at all levels up to physical. Here there is room for a smile and for your observation of deep psychological processes in love and in everyday life. Unintentionally you are sharing yourself in the destiny of the heroes and you feel a deep involvement in it like in your own. This makes you cry and be happy, feel sorry and sometimes learn to accept destiny as something inevitable. These qualities hypnotize you and pull you into the process. You live with the heroes and subconsciously live your own life with all its details and range of experiences.
The events described in the book occur amidst complicated changes in the political and economic system of the former Soviet Union. In this period of great turmoil, for the country and the people, a period of many broken destinies, the book weaves its story within the discord of the country. Fear is growing, an animal fear. There remains only one way, emigration. This is the same thing as evacuation without bombing and without the ability to come back, the author writes. You cannot give a better definition. The rest you need to read. Because of this, the book delivers multifaceted, versatile content in huge volume to the reader’s range of vision. In some special moments, the author makes us breathless, frantic with worry, and hoping to relax if a satisfactory solution of the situation arrives.
It’s not surprising that the book is interesting for a wide circle of readers. No doubt the author of the book is a sensitive and interesting, spontaneous and happy profound psychologist. You will want to put the book on the shelf, to keep it on the home library to recommend to others.
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