As I read, Pascal's Life by N. s. Ugezene, I found myself intrigued and frustrated at times. I can appreciate what N. S. Ugezene conveyed and attempted to convey in penning of such a novel. I could truly appreciate "getting" inside Pascal's head and laughed at his outright contradictions.
We see him as he struggles to finish his education, trying to maintain some type of employment without settling, his search for a meaningful relationship,…Continue
Added by Rhea Alexis M. Banks on June 25, 2012 at 10:14pm — No Comments
This review is from: Underneath it all (Paperback) written October 27, 2009
This easy read was packed with emotional struggles and very timely issues. This book is about relationships, how the twist and turns of choices can affect the lives of those in these relationships and those around the people in them.
One person choices linked many, some willing participants and one unknowingly then many were impacted from the fallout . I found it…
Added by Rhea Alexis M. Banks on April 4, 2012 at 5:30pm — No Comments
The Bitter Sweet Conclusion is about the people we were introduced to in Love Torn Asunder, namely the main characters are: Leslie, Lincoln, Kendrick, “Her” and Devine. Ms. Funderbirk takes us on the continued journeys of these people while eliciting curiosity, connections and concerns with and for some of these characters. We witnessed some of their trials, tribulations, struggles and successes. We have front seats to deception, downwards spirals,…Continue
Added by Rhea Alexis M. Banks on March 29, 2012 at 5:21pm — No Comments