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This is a powerful book, one that reminds us of the indomitability of the human spirit. Rich in characters, in tragedies, in cultural and political events, Susan opens her very personal diary and the result is a vastly entertaining book. Recommended.
--Grady Harp (Los Angeles, CA)
A young American woman faces seemingly insurmountable situations while living in the Middle East and Europe, losing a child and getting trapped in the middle of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974. Using dreams and trusted friends for guidance, she reinvents herself as an artist, writer, and photographer. Covering twelve years, The Lullaby Illusion is a gripping memoir that reads like a novel.
• 2014 GOLD MEDAL WINNER in the Non-Fiction Travel Category 2014 Readers’ Favorite Book Awards
• 2014 PRIZE WINNER in the Stargazer Literary Book Award
Would Make a Great Movie!
What intrigued me most were the illusions, and how the writing style—rich in dialogue, conversation, mystery and interesting events—would make for an incredible thematic movie. While this unique writing aspect tilted the pacing, in neither a slow nor fast pace albeit, it overall contributed to a different well-written reading experience.
Overall filmmakers, and readers who enjoy personal travel stories set in the 70's/80's, will be drawn to the events centered largely around a mysterious husband and wife's (the memoirist) travels enduring great hardships attributed to living in countries wrought of turmoil, along with experiencing personal tragedies born out of a troubled marriage.
--RYCJ VINE VOICE
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