Gnuj & Alt

When Alt meets Gnuj, a woman twenty years younger, their worlds collide, turning their feelings and notions upside down Lonesome and married to a man living in another country, Gnuj allows Alt to get close to her and woe her into a love she would have never guessed she d even entertain In his debut English novel, Edgar Smith stirs the waters of our thought fountains by qWhen Alt meets Gnuj, a woman twenty years younger, their worlds collide, turning their feelings and notions upside down Lonesome and married to a man living in another country, Gnuj allows Alt to get close to her and woe her into a love she would have never guessed she d even entertain In his debut English novel, Edgar Smith stirs the waters of our thought fountains by questioning the influence of our upbringing, the people who raise us, the effects of our surroundings and the power of love Ultimately, in the voice of Alt, the narrator of the story, the reader travels to the times of the characters childhoods because, according to Alt, it is there where all the answers to our lives lie.
Gnuj Alt When Alt meets Gnuj a woman twenty years younger their worlds collide turning their feelings and notions upside down Lonesome and married to a man living in another country Gnuj allows Alt to get

  • Title: Gnuj & Alt
  • Author: Edgar Smith
  • ISBN: 9781365747571
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Gnuj & Alt”

    1. A novel to reflect about love and life.Gnuj & Alt is, before all else, a love story. It is also a window to look into the past through the protagonist’s memory; to reflect on the choices — good and bad— made in youth, and their repercussions into adulthood. In this novel, Dominican author Edgar Smith leads the reader through the neighborhoods of the Dominican Republic of the 80’s; and allows us through flashbacks a glimpse into the childhood and adolescence of this time: without comp [...]

    2. It was easy to get in this world of forbidden love and introspection. But once inside, it was a little intimate for a reader like me, who connect easily, who questions every decision a thousand times. This book is about love, but it really is about our power to make decisions and their consequences; about the influence that our parents and other people have in our upbringing; about the experiences that shape us along the way. Its a powerful story, told with some humor and poignance. I truly enjo [...]

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