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A succinct yet brilliantly written story that will leave you pondering much about life and love!
on March 12, 2016
I am so happy My Own Voice is the first in a host of novels by Uvi Pozanansky, and I eagerly await reading The White Piano. The characters in this story stayed with me long after I finished novel one. It is difficult to express how I was mesmerized by Poznansky's lyrical words and gobbled up this short read while savoring it at the same time.
Lead character Anita is a teen whose childhood offered limited career opportunities, and the under-educated youngster falls for a married man, whom she later marries. Soon after Anita becomes pregnant, she realizes Lenny cannot forget his wife whose suffering with Alzheimer's disease leaves an indelible mark on him. Anita feels secondary to Lenny's first love, Natasha, as he tries to somehow morph his current wife into his previous one. Transforming Anita into Natasha becomes a complex undertaking, as Anita is strong enough she has her own thoughts.
My Own Voice is an intimate portrayal of several characters who are faced with unusual emotions as they attempt to resolve issues. My review for this author's story and beautiful writing is inadequate, but I urge you to read the sample chapter. I believe you will be enchanted enough to buy this five star book about true love, desire, and guilt.