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Tangible Expressions

by Roberto C Guerra

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TANGIBLE EXPRESSIONS by Roberto Guerra is an interesting Fantasy & Futuristic read. While a bit confusing to start with, it does have a unique plot and concept. It is written in first person,which, I often has difficulty reading. The characters are unique in and of themselves. Is the things Willis has seen real or is he going insane? This is the question. Can you really defy past events and alter a dreadful past? Another question. Willis Diamond thinks he can. He is desperate to, after losing his wife in a tragic accident. Mr. Guerra has written a unique and creative work. With this said, something was missing to me,but if you enjoy Futuristic and Fantasy reads than "Tangible Expressions" is a unique read to say the least! Received for an honest review from the author.
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REVIEWED BY: AprilR, Review courtesy of My Book Addiction and More ( )
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