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From a reader's review on "RAF" I'm No Angel.
This book is a long narrative told in the first person of the life from childhood to 50 of Raf Nadroy. He is an American male first generation of Spanish descent and was born in New York. This is a good tale of a man growing up, who finds love and work as he copes with problems in relationships and business. He is very self deprecating and realizes his mistakes and missed opportunities. He explores many social problems in America and how some people like himself have a strong work ethic but others rely solely on benefits and other hand outs.Rated three stars would have been four stars but due to too many spelling errors that were not corrected by person who proof read my book.
It will be run through my new MS Word 2010 and correct all the mistakes that were not corrected the first time that other person helped me with the book. The big problem was I did not have a computer when I first wrote the book and just used what I had the best I could at that point in time.
My book cover shows the wings I lost LOL. I cannot say this is true life because it's a story told in a fiction and non fiction format. The book will keep you guessing whats real or not but in all honesty many of the situations that happened in the story actually happened to Raf and other people that Raf Nadroy actually knew So enjoy it, laugh with it and even cry with it. All the places mentioned on the cover of this book were actual locations he lived at.
I just completed running Raf I’m No Angel through MS Word 2010 and I was I shock to see how many errors were not corrected by the person who I trusted editing the book. I am so very, very sorry I did not read the book over again since I had written it back in 1994.
on March 07, 2013 :
This author had substantially improved over the 1st publication attempt which was also good reading hope to see more of him in the future .
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Feb. 19, 2013 :
Interesting view of how society is driven today. Sounds right on target to me. The problem is how to fix the concepts. JSch.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)