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Memories Are Like Clouds
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More About the Author
I have a son and three grandchildren.
One of my screenplays, "My Name is Anna Busch," a World War II drama, has been optioned by producer LaMont T. Cain, CEO of The Reserve Entertainment Group, and is in development.
Top Customer Reviews
Scenes from Diana Dell's MEMORIES ARE LIKE CLOUDS float into the reader's mind as a fresh mist that puts all of life into a saner perspective. This sharp and focused narrative begins with little Diana's discovery of her brother Kenny sleeping in her very own crib. It continues by detailing the developing relationship between brother and sister based on similar interests: the love of a good story, an interest in people - family and neighbors especially, and the drive to get across the street and then keep moving on. Ms. Dell's relationship with her brother Kenny is the link, which ties together the delightful, the funny, the sad, and the devastating happenings of the book. Contrasting threads -- the telling of various war-time stories and living the easier life in East Vandergriff - weaves through the minds of the children, creating an awareness of their own family's history from Eastern European roots. They see through the stories their mother tells that wars are motivation for change and moving on. They become very aware of our country's history, and see other traumatic events such as the economic depression as a mover of people to places they would not have been otherwise. As the children are nurtured by their mother's stories, we readers see the Dell family history as a microcosm - the social and emotional setting that emphasizes man's humanity toward man, the ultimate theme of this volume. Ironically, this proves to be a startling contrast to the way Ms. Dell's beloved brother Kenny actually died in the horror of man's greatest inhumanity to man - war. That Pennsylvania town had only one road leading in and out.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this book. As I read each page, I was reminded of my own childhood. I had to stop and put the book down while I dreamed and reminesced about my past life. Read morePublished on May 10, 2010 by C. M. Dipietro
Diana Dell has a talent for transporting the mind back in time and place - to the times that us baby boomers still remember with fondness. Read morePublished on March 2, 2003 by W. H. McDonald Jr.
Memories Are Like Clouds is a beautiful, evocative memory of the bucolic and misty 1950s in a small town in Pennsylvania. Read morePublished on February 10, 2003 by Bob Lupo