Book Review: The Nine Lives of Clemenza
edited: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
By Holly Christine
Rated "G" by the Author.
Posted: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
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Review of The Nine Lives of Clemenza by Liana Metal
The Nine Lives of Clemenza
2009, ISBN: 978-0-557-05620-0
Paperback, pp. 175, US $ 10.33
Very Highly Recommended
Reviewed by Liana Metal
Holly Christine has studied English and Philosophy and lives with her family in Pennsylvania. The Nine Lives of Clemenza is her second novel. Learn more about her at www.hollychristineonline.com
The Nine Lives of Clemenza is an unusual novel about God and the Universe. I loved the descriptions of cosmos throughout the story. It is written in the third person in simple language, so it is easy to read by any age, from teenagers to adults. It is highly entertaining and interesting, and educational too. In her stories the author highlights the importance of love, compassion and selflessness; she teaches people to transform into better human beings, to help others and try to become less selfish. A useful read by all means!
I greatly enjoyed the moving and, at times, humorous stories of The Nine Lives of Clemenza. They are absolutely gripping-I read it all in one sitting. All the stories included are exciting, fast paced and all the scenes described in each story are vividly depicted and read as real.
In this book, realistic characters that represent all the main elements of the world on earth form a unity that will help readers understand the authors aim and the message she intends to give them. This message is repeated in the last chapter of the book.
This novel teaches valuable lessons about life. To sum up, it is an unusual entertaining and educational read. Get it from www.lulu.com