Warming the Rose

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Warming the Rose; Novella tells the story of rose frozen in time in the first chill of winter. For the love of this rose, a heroic flower Amadeus sets out on an epic journey to find a mythical tree to save Anastasia. The trials and tribulations, alliances and enmities, hopes and fears that the plants and flowers experience along the way serve as a unique allegory for child and adult alike. More

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About Marta Smyk

Marta Smyk; graduated nurse with a Master degree in Philosophy. She spent 5 years in Florence, where she learned how to look at Art. Time in Africa taught her how to share happiness and sufferance with people.
Now based in London; trying to learn how to combine realism with idealism.
A passion for philosophy accompanies her on life’s journey. From time to time she likes just to buy a ticket and travel to some exotic place.
Her life’s motto comes from the Roman poet Horace ‘Sapere Aude’ (Dare to know)
contact with the author: martasmyk2012@gmail.com

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Krystian Pasich reviewed on Oct. 28, 2013

The book tells the story about brave rose Amadeus trying to find a cure for her friend Anastasia. While reading the book children can learn that no matter how hard your task can be you shouldn't give up. This situations have reflection in real life all the time. At school children may have problems with understanding some lectures but when they keep trying without giving up they'll reach their goal. When you learn to work hard saying "you can be anyone you want" is starting to be a real thing.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)
Przemyslaw Pasich reviewed on Oct. 27, 2013

The book is really worth reading! Even though it ostensibly seems to be a lighthearted tale about the adventures of a flower, just like 'The Little Prince', it teaches us some everlasting truths and moral values. I believe that not only children but also their parents will find this book interesting . I wholeheartedly recommend it to those who are looking for a profound thought-provoking and compelling book.
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)
michael handcock reviewed on Oct. 27, 2013

Tremendous, tremendous; well worth reading.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
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