norma peruzzotti


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Smashwords book reviews by norma peruzzotti

  • Angel Evolution on Dec. 22, 2011
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    This is a wonderful eBook! I liked the idea,actually the contrary idea that presents:changing the usual view of bad related with dark and good related to light... The idea of an evolution in humankind is something very near to us nowadays when little kids are thought as "crystal"or "indigo" kids with special gifts and talents....but the idea of an evolution toward becoming an very original. Even though those angels could be good or bad ones, they're still human beings evolved...which is demonstrated during the story a lot of times . This is a fun reading,well written,it has suspense and creativity everywhere.It trapped me from the very beginning despite the fact that during the reading of the first page I thought with almost despair that was other horror story (and I hate them). Fortunately it wasn't.Is a story that can be a good read for a teen or an adult because the characters are credible and interesting and their ways of doing are near to those things that any of us possibly will do.
  • Dangerous on Feb. 08, 2012

    this was an awesome reading!It left me wanting more and more.I liked the characters because they are totally human and believable.Is a strong writing, also has a good mystery sense and the history evolves without fail.Loved to read it and...I WANT MORE!!!!
  • The Earth Gate on Dec. 04, 2012

    This is an interesting story with some unusuall beliefs.Obviously is not a novel in the common sense of the Word.Is more a kind of theology description wrapped in the ¨gift paper¨ of a novel. In this sense, the story is a bit repetitive and mixed.Is somewhat difficult to follow some of the characters trough all the circumstances; but in general is nice to read and very interesting
  • The Complete Monster Exchange Program on Dec. 26, 2012

    At the beguining of the reading I was feeling some discomfort because of the characters and the enviroment of them. But as I peroused deeply in the book I begun to enjoy the acrid taste of its irony and the slashing critic of the establishment that really exists in our High schools nowadays.The characters are well depicted, clearly showing the big ammount of feelings playing, the diversity and the fighting attitude which are a trade mark of teen age people. i do not like much some crude expressions and facts but I understand that nowadays, pitifully,are common language and situations for our youth(and also to not so young people). Interesting and strong gritic of our time.I enjoyed it
  • The Blood of Senbralni on Dec. 26, 2012

    In the first moments of reading I was pretty confused with the different characters.They seemed to be all messed up for me...but as I was reading more I understand that the plot was one of betrayal,loves,faith,obedience and loyalty . All this ideas are reaqlly ususal to mankind and had been written and re-written trough eons of life; but in this book, they are revisited in another race. also you can see that humans are able to live as partners of this different race. The characters are fighting with themselves to grow up emotionally and as part of a society and the fight is really hard. Has a message of hope and love in each page.Fun to read.
  • The Affairs of Harriet Walters, Spinster on Jan. 24, 2013

    It was certainly as a gust of sweet breeze for me to read this romantic novel because it took me back to my youth when I usually read this kind ofstories with interest. the plot is correct, really well depicted charcters, the situations are beliavable and I was thinking that it was a bit slow in the beguining , but then I realise d that this was the way that old stoires were I think that is a good read, even an easy one.
  • The Rainbow Stick Boy on Feb. 16, 2013

    As a grandma of 7 (which ages run from 21 to almost 2) I´m always in the need of new stories to tell, even if they are from another writer because my own are exhausted already. Yesterday eve I read it to my grandkids of 6 and 8.They loved it, they loved the pictures, they were looking at them in detail and making comments. At the end of the reading ,I asked them for their thoughts about the story and they told me that is important to not judge others because of their appearence, that the important thing was how each one was inside and not outside and that everyone has the same right to be happy and be loved by. So, as a writer I think that is a real good, funny and tender story; well writen and with characters that can be related to this special public which are the kids.Also, as a teacher I can say that the message and the teaching of principles is clear to the kids. And finally, as a grandma:IT´S WONDERFULL, FUNNY, TENDER AND NICE!!!! Deserves to be read by onself(we should never stop in the learning of good principles)and to others and by others so...guys TELL YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO BUY IT (By the way, I got it as a gift and I really enjoyed it)