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MERCER STREET
By John A. Heldt

File Size: 1058 KB
Print Length: 431 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: John A. Heldt (October 21, 2015)
Publication Date: October 21, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B0170DP9TQ

Genre: Science-Fiction, Time Travel & Historical Fiction,

Review:

Mercer Street by John A. Heldt is the second book in the American Journey Series. As a fan of Mr. Heldt’s books I had a lot of expectations for this book, and as expected, this book lived up to each and every single one of them.

I always find Mr. Heldt’s novels very meticulous, gripping and heart-warming. There’s a unique quality about his writing that makes you feel eerily happy and content while reading his books that you simply can’t put them down. His story telling is so beautiful that his writing puts tons of ‘big-time’ authors to shame in comparison.

This story is about three females of varied ages –  a daughter, a mother and a grandmother. I loved the assortment of memorable characters and their deliciously distinct backgrounds in this book. They were so compelling that I found myself thinking about them for days, especially about the way things ended.

The vivid imagery, the complex emotional battles each character fights, the moving story and the gut-wrenching situations the characters go through make this book an unforgettable read.

There are some books that are not simply read, but experienced, and this one is one of those. When you read each and every chapter, you feel like you’re not just reading them but savoring them and feel like doing it
slowly so as to enjoy the experience for a long time.

I highly recommend this book to everyone, no matter what genre you read.

Review by: Heena Rathore P. (The Reading Bud: www.thereadingbud.com)

 

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