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My Intimate Journey with Caesar: It is more than just a haircut! Paperback – Large Print, January 9, 2014
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As most people know by now I am an honest reviewer, but these are MY honest thoughts and there will be many more reviewers that will not agree with me, or have opinions of their own.
This my humble take on this read.
At the end of the book my jaw dropped. I sat there for several minutes thinking of what I have just read. When I saw the title of the book, I thought Ceasar was a man, not, its a haircut! I so laughted at myself. I used Google search bar to enlighten me. There are several "lengths" of a Ceasar haircut. Mostly in the African/caribbean they can be very short, and the hair dyed all sorts of wonderous colours. In the community of us Uk folk where I live, it can be as long as 2". But basically, the shape stays the same.
Now after that bit of history [which is by not means the end to the Ceasar haircut] I would like to tell you about the book.
The lady in question's marriage breaks up, husband was having an affair, and not the first time. [There is more to that as you read] but its then she decides to change her hair and her life.
The majority of the book then is based around the hairdressers, that's my take on it, and her Intimate liason's with the barbers!
Its a quick read really. Its one of those books you sit there reading wondering what the hell she is going to get upto next.
I really can't say whether I enjoyed the book or not, but it certainly had its entertaining factors for me.
I would like to thank M F Kreps for the chance in reading this book and reviewing it. It may not be the straight forward review anyone would like, but it surely had me laughing out loud in places, and at other places, sad, because of the relationships she had along the way.....with her Ceasar haircut
Ms. Kreps was unsure of the haircut however she overcame it with each encounter she had with different events in her daily life. What an exciting read!
You never know what any one person is going thru behind close doors. Your family issues are close in context to my own. I didn't have children was the only separation. I see myself thru Margaret's words on these pages. What an excellent creation of her life in a fictional novel. The author did a nice job by adding her life and also creating fiction to held bring about this well writing novel.
Margaret we will have a wonderfully round decision on the air. I have read this book in preparation for our interview and in the end was really satisfied with the read. First I love the style of text used. Then I like how informal it is yet very professional.
I could go on and on hear. Great job on how you handled yourself in your personal situation.
The Talent Real Talk Show with host: Vanessa Vanney Thompson
Author M. F. Kreps takes us on a journey when she finds out her husband is cheating. She goes on a journey, not only with life, but with her hair as she gets it cut into a Caesar. For many women, their hair is who defines them, but the author instead defines her hair. The choices, emotions, and decisions that she makes as she goes throughout her discovery, are touching. It's true what they say, that the right hairstyle can change your life. I laughed, teared up, and lived vicariously through Margaret's journey. This was an enjoyable read, and the explosive ending knocked me back in my chair! One of my likes about the book is that none of the characters were 100% perfect; it gave them instant like-ability to me.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a short, enjoyable, easy to follow read.