Official Review of The Maestro Monologue [Book Just Released on September 9th]

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Re: Official Review of The Maestro Monologue [Book Just Released on September 9th]

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I'd love this book nice story line Rob White is one my favorite story book so far...
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The review really spells out the impact this book will have on human ideology . Well done.
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Post by Shaesta Parween »

Reading a book that doesn't only takes you through a journey but also makes you question yourself is nothing less than a blessing. To travel another mind and psyche is to live another life through words. The review made me aware of something. What would the actual book do?
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Post by Stella Bereebera »

Thanks for the review. This looks like a book intended to change one's life for the better, by removing the negative attitudes we tend to have of ourselves. I do not usually like self help books, but I could make an exception with this one.
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Post by Suenet Steenkamp »

It's a great review, it inspires one to want to read the book. I will most definitely give it a try if I get a chance!
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Post by Maefrandel45 »

As I have read the book Maestro Monologue is a plot where you can identify the true meaning of yourself or how you deal with it. It gives you ideas of how you change your life for the better.
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Post by Maria1201 »

i really loved how the author express his point of view of a sailor, the intrecations of characters made the story is great.
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Post by Sune Lubbe254 »

When I read the intro given to I was fascinated at how the author was trying to bring us to the point to understand that the main character was actually trying to take us through his journey to find himself, for me as the reader I would like to read the whole book myself and get the understanding of where he came from and what was his story and why is he trying to find himself. Did he loose someone on or just gave up on life to try and find him self again.
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Post by AngieOdeh »

I truly believe the search for identity and self-discovery never ends, regardless of the sources of knowledge. Every little thing in this world can show us wisdom, and everything can be a distraction from your true potential. I appreciate your insightful review. This book will be on my future readings list.
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Post by Jude Uwasi »

Seems like a must-read; and, nice review there.
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Post by Malkia Esther »

Am mostly interested in finding out more details about how the author defines our existence. I never fail to learn something from such books. Thank you for the review.
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Post by Nonso Ok »

I do not believe that there is any religious undertone in this book. You did an amazing job with this review!
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Post by Rania samir »

:shock: actually it's wonderful to see such a masterpiece. ..
The book see the human being correctly..
By show our feelings..and talking to soul

Great job 👌
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Post by Clurrence Mogaka 1 »

The maestros monologue is a book despite his ideas, it's full of religious episodes. since am not a religious person. makes me uninterested in reading the book
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Post by Suzanne O »

An enlightening review. I may just add this title to my booklist. Thanks.
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