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Full Circle by [Shapiro, Irina]
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Length: 221 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 508 KB
  • Print Length: 221 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Merlin Press LLC; 2 edition (October 16, 2011)
  • Publication Date: October 16, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005WH3UL2
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,706 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I liked this book on the whole. I thought the story concept was different and enjoyable. It could have used a good editor, however. The grammar was incorrect in many cases. I also felt the dialogue was stilted. I'm not sure if this was a first novel for this author but it read like it may have been. If so, it was a good first novel.
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I ordered this book for my kindle while on vacation. I had just finished my previously selected book (The House at Riverton by Kate Morton)and found the description of this book interesting. I stopped reading midway through the 4th chapeter before deciding to return it. One of my first issues with the book was the misspelling of the word Ally, which I felt should have been corrected by a quick spell check.

The other issue I had, from the beginning no less, was the author's decision to switch the name of the main character from Rebecca to Becky and back again. Knowing the book followed two time periods, I half expected the new name to be a new character. However, after the fourth switch in an equal number of paragraphs I realized otherwise. Both names were used equally in the narrative and not just as a nickname in friendly dialogue. This only made me question the author's reasoning, so I continued to read. Alas, the wordy and amateurish descriptions and poorly constructed sentences made me feel that this book would have been better suited for teen readers, minus the adult subjects of course.

I was really rather excited to read this book when I ordered it, and rarely return books or quit them altogether. The fact that I spent 30 minutes of precious vacation time deciding on a book, plus the time spent reading the 4 chapters, only further annoys me. I will be spending the remainder of my vacation reading one of my Jane Austen favorites so as not to waste additional time.
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This author comes up with some really good plots, but her execution is amateurish. Her grammar is atrocious, and she makes punctuation errors as well. This in many places stops the flow of the story. One would think a good editor would catch and correct these errors, but apparently editors these days are no longer required to know proper grammar. The most irritating error in this book was her tendency to use the word, "her," not as a possessive pronoun, but as a subject, as in, "her and Nick went to the movie." I just wanted to scream!! I don't think I will read any more of this author, because it's just too frustrating an experience.
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I was so excited to see another book by this author. It was worth the wait! The story will keep you riveted till the very last page. The dual plot lines gave this story a unique angle. The evocative descriptions of WWII England and France practically transported me into the story, and I felt as if I was a by-stander among the characters. This book is definitely worth reading if you're a fan of the by-gone era and a great love story. I really loved the surprise ending!
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This first novel was very difficult to wade through. The misspellings, odd spacing and grammar abuse held my attention more than the story. The story line was not without merit but it was challenging to read. Please find this author a decent editor, so her next novel doesn't read like a vanity press publication.
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This was a wonderful story by one of my favorite authors that I only gave four stars because of the many grammatical errors that a good editor would have caught. Every time I encountered such an error I would grind my teeth, shake my head and wish that Ms. Shapiro's editor had been more on the ball.

This was a book with two timelines and two stories that were very skillfully woven together; one taking place in World War II England and the other taking place in the present. The principal female character, Rebecca, suffered a head injury after which she began to dream about a young woman named Lily who lived in England during World War II. Rebecca and her friends went to England where she did research to find out about Lily and her RAF husband, Nicholas. I don't want to spoil the story but the trip resulted in the mystery of Lily and Nicholas being solved and the story of a love that transcended life itself.

Despite the errors in the Kindle edition, I will be buying more books by this author as I really love her work.
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Ms. Shapiro did her research before she wrote this book. It's set in England, during WWII, and she accurately describes the trauma England's residents experienced during the bombing of the country by the Germans. The story is very interesting and her characters are well developed. The interesting 'twist' is in the reincarnation of two of her characters; one is killed during battle, the other dies of old age, yet, they are brought together to meet again in England. This is a magical story of love, sadness and a question of could it really happen? One would like to think so and after reading Full Circle, you almost believe it could.

Beth Bristow
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This author is one of the few who handles the time travel/visit well. She's a strong writer who creates rich complex characters who experience life's ups and downs. Her books always keep me engaged.
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