"The incomplete works is like a puzzle, made of pieces all different but so complementary to make a beautiful picture.
This book is a journey in the British countryside, it's green, fresh and it's like being in a warm cottage: Paul invits us in his home, his life, his heart.
It's generous like he is, peaceful and full of hope about love, about human's relationship and about ourselves.
I say it again but this is book is really like a puzzle for two others reasons, a picture who make you travel to a dreamed place and a puzzle in the sense that human are made of 'pieces' (our heart, our soul, our spirit...) and self-help poems like 'Faery Princess Grace Hanita', by his own experience, he helps us to join the pieces altogether for us to be the 'picture' we want to be.
Take a glass of wine, listening to Glenn Miller (read poems about the moon), sit down on a comfortable sofa and read this book, close your eyes, dream and travel, and be yourself cause like Paul says and sings: 'You can be anyone' [...]
Thank you Paul, it was a pleasure to read your book, it's a raw and pure talent, home-made with heart and soul."