Title Takes Home the Gold a Third Time
According to New Book Reviews, Judy Azar LeBlanc's Many Faces to Many Places "shines like a diamond in a coal mine." Perhaps that's what makes it so attractive to award-givers, as LeBlanc has just taken home the gold for a second time. The book recently received honors as Best Inspirational Book of 2006 by NewBookReviews.org. It was selected from a large pool by editors and the reader base out of a number of criteria: writing style and professionalism, marketability, subject interest, reader's preference, and editor's preference. The book tells the story of a courageous spirit who, on a search for freedom, travels through the world of timeless knowledge. Ray Ward, editor at New Book Reviews, describes the story thus: "Very rarely a book comes along that impresses me with its wit, charm, and clarity in dealing with all the emotions, traits, and frailties of the complex animal known as human beings. LeBlancÉoffers insight and timeless wisdom into the art of living life to its fullest. Many Faces to Many Places is an outstanding, thoroughly enjoyable, and powerful book."