Book Name -Love and Self Discovery
Author – Samantha Fischer
Publisher – Self-Published
Number of Pages –
Publishing Year – 2015
Edition – Kindle
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Adamina is a senior in high school who is discovering that she may not be the perfect Christian girl her parents want her to be.
Love and self discovery is the story of Adamina, an eighteen year old girl, who discovers the truth about her sexual orientation. Homosexuality is still a taboo in the society, irrespective of the demographics. Families fail to understand that it is not a handicap or deliberate impertinence.
Authoress showed the courage to address an issue that many refuses to even acknowledge. The plight of Adamina is conveyed well. She is the representative of many young girls and boys who are confused about their sexuality and don’t get proper guidance.
A wave of anti-family emotion could be seen in the book. The story could have been moulded in such a way that the kids get the confidence in convincing their parents. Adamina’s friend Kenna is a good person in the book but it gives a wrong message to the youth. Everyone they meet randomly need not necessarily be of a good intention. A mention about the same was necessary.
I appreciate the effort from authoress. The book is an easy read with a message.
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Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book as a complimentary copy in exchange for a honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
About the author
Samantha Fischer is a 25 year old mother who is trying to get her writing career started. She has one ebook novella that has been published and is available on various websites. She is currently working on her second book in between giving reviews for other upcoming authors she meets through Goodreads.
Samantha has her BA in English from American Public University, but does not know what her plans are for the future. Right now she is concentrating on raising her 3 year old daughter and making ends meet.