My Adventures in Cyberspace (Willow Tree Trilogy) Paperback – 27 Feb 2009
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The inner life and feelings of Dominique Dubois are rooted deep in the primal earth; passionate, almost exorbitant in their expression and completely unrestrained especially in her eroticism. This is a woman unashamedly living and experiencing her life to the utmost full. It is a roller coaster life of an emotionally deprived woman who, seemingly, in order to find true love imprisons herself where it never can be found, only to realise from her shackled life by contrast, where it really exists. Her brave determination to fight for her true heart's love is both remarkable and inspiring. Any man who desires a penetrating insight into the mind of women should read this story.
The author writes with magnificent metaphors fleshing out the storyline so colourfully so that is like being an invisible ghost in the audience of her life.
Any woman who needs to realise she is not alone in her struggle should read it too.
What I first thought was a love story with an original twist I could cuddle up in the sofa with, isn't just that - it's so much, much more that it's difficult to describe. Here are layers and layers, many stories interwoven. Past and present. Not an easy task, but the author solves it brilliantly.
There are so many books - autobiographical and fictitious - where we're told a story about a person's trial, the fight to get through it all, and in the end we're supposed to be impressed with it when it's over, the main character grinning; "Look what I did!". I'm glad the author didn't fall into this trap.
The book goes from the simple where the main character - Dominique - enters a discussion-forum on net. Straightforward. But it doesn't take long before we're brought on a journey in her life, and we follow her through childhood, youth, adult life with lovers, husbands, children - and unhappy love. Behind all this there's a thinker fighting for her life, for love and for peace of mind. She finds this in the end. The author writes about love and betrayal, about friends and "friends", impossible family relations on many levels. Above this is the love story, beautifully described. We follow Dominique and Ben through their first "meeting" on net, all the pain, happiness and obstacles they go through.Read more ›
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`My Adventures in Cyberspace' not only offers the reader an alluring title but slowly, leads them down an emotional rollercoaster. Read morePublished on 3 May 2011 by fanny mae