A girl called Ari.

 

So, for my second review I’ve chosen a really interesting book.  This is a story about a possible future of humankind, with a little cruelty, with a little imagination, of course.  And that’s what makes it so appealing.  In this story, they have built a wall.  They have separated the poor and unwanted of society from the wanted and wealthy or high middle class.  A little like today but with a wall.  

This is a very well crafted story.  What you may find very appealing is the way they speak, the accent of the poor or unwanted, which is where the story takes place (outside the walls of the city).  A GIRL CALLED ARI is a story about friendship, and about adapting to the other person.  Sometimes is difficult for us to accept other people for such and such reasons.  This is a story about looking beyond those reasons and connecting with the heart to build a strong friendship.

 

You can find suspense and much action in this one.  And I recommend it highly!

I give it 4 stars out of 5.  Really touching and intriguing story.

 

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I am an author, philosopher, poet, book reviewer, fine-art painter, health expert, lover of life. Through my creative writing I seek inspiration and to inspire others. I know that all the love and happiness live already inside us, and if we can just silence our minds we might just connect more with our pure hearts. “Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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