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Posted July 11, 2007
This book is not quite like Natalie's other books but it still has all of her heart, more of it, even. You learn so much more about who she is. Reading this book was not necessarily like reading a book, it was like sitting down for a long and quiet conversation. I highly recommend it!
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Posted June 17, 2001
Granted that I may be a young, fourteen year old girl, with a dream to be something new each week, I've kept touch with my basics in life. Being a pianoist and writer. The rawness and cut of truth to every verb and noun in Natalie's book had me tripping over my own stepping blocks, questions such as 'Who am I?' Her struggle, that she shows with such a honest flow, could have any reader in grip with their own emotions. Not only is this book just another way to see one of my favorite authors a little closer, but a guide, a personal guide to any suffering soul to come to terms with their self, their surroundings, and their authority. To hold back, and to see the moment for what it truly is. I'd recommend this book to anyone with an open mind, and a lonely heart.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.