Only when Neutrino reached out for the other world did she decipher why
she felt as an outcast for her entire life.
"Soaring Soul" is my first novel including about 17000 words, and it was originally written in Romanian.
The translation was performed by Dr. Dumitru Ciocoi Pop professor of American and British Studies Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu Romania.
The Romanian book, named "Tie" (printed in Romania by the "Clusium" printing house) was commended as followings:
"Quite often, when interpreting various aspects of human existence Sonja D.Szimon comes up with original points of view which defy commonplaces. The master-disciple dialogue is conditioned by a scenario in which ideas clash and the interlocutors get passionately involved in repartees leading to self-awareness, self confrontation, as well as to challenging certainties or moral dilemmas. These staged ideas testify to a restless acumen antagonistic to well trodden conventional roads.
Sonja D. Szimon emerges unquestionably as an original essayist worth a closer look, owing to the manner in which she explores the voice of her own dramatic, rife-with-dilemmas conscience".
Ion Cristofor "TRIBUNA", September 15, 2004
"By tackling such a topic as CREATIVITY Sonja D.Szimon provides extensive opportunities for debates; because it gradually dawns on the reader that this quality can be substantiated in most diverse forms or representations. I am unaware of Sonja D. Szimon's pursuits ranging from her theoretical principles of creativity to her creativity as such. But what we do encounter between the handsomely illustrated covers of this book is undoubtedly a genuine sample of sheer creativity.
For the reader Sonja D. Szimon's book is a comprehensive all pervading metaphor worth not only reading through but also musing on and (somehow or other) worth taking over."
Paul Schveiger, "VIATA NOASTRA" December 17, 2004
In the English edition Dr. Edward de Bono regarded to be the leading authority in the world in the field of creative thinking, state: "This book provides a rather unusual mirror in which to look at the world - and yourself"
Thanking you for the time spent together and hoping for further interactions
yours Sonja D Szimon