elaine t. jones
on Jan. 30, 2012 :
Angie Kress has set the bar high in her first attempt at writing; 'Snapshots of Fictionalized Facts' is a superb read. Angie’s concept of describing life events through the random, yet focused, memories via the mind of a child is brilliant.
The author takes the reader on a candid and honest life journey: through the progression of thinking and understanding of a child; through the developmental perception of a teenager; concluding with the observation, discernment, and sensitivity of an adult.
'Snapshots of Fictionalized Facts' ultimately develops into the thinking of a strong adult with words of wisdom. What is not fiction is the fact that we all go through a personal evaluation of our own truth. Angie Kress has a written, in a wonderful and entertaining way, what is sure to be helpful to anyone seeking emotional reassurance in accepting their own reality. Or, it may just bring a smile to your face as you remember your perception of the events in your childhood… At any rate, you are bound to enjoy it – I did!!!
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)