a new review of my book Istanbul Days, Istanbul Nights

Istanbul Days, Istanbul Nights
Leonard Durso
Austin Macauley Publishers
http://www.austinmacauley.com
9781786937889, $20.95, HC, 290pp, http://www.amazon.com

Synopsis: Leonard Durso’s deftly crafted novel “Istanbul Days, Istanbul Nights” is a contemporary reimagining of Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy, Romeo & Juliet, — set in Istanbul. With a cast of characters drawn from across the globe, they struggle to find a way through the trials and tribulations of romantic involvement, hindered by their own unique cultural differences.

Critique: An impressively original take on a classic theme, “Istanbul Days, Istanbul Nights” reveals the author’s genuine flair for narrative driven fiction. An inherently fascinating and entertaining read from beginning to end, “Istanbul Days, Istanbul Nights” is an especially recommended addition to community and academic library Literary Fiction collections. It should be noted for personal reading lists that “Istanbul Days, Istanbul Nights” is also available in a paperback edition (9781786937872, $14.95) and in a digital book format (Kindle, $4.51).

5 thoughts on “a new review of my book Istanbul Days, Istanbul Nights

  1. From the review, it sounds like I’d like to give this book a try. I’m a bit stacked up, 7 or 8 poetry books, and several novels. Most are from blog pals, but I have a couple on deck at the library, as well.
    I just checked Amazon, Canada, and your book is out on the 21st. Why do they insist on charging almost double? The actual exchange rate is only 20% (approx) Another blog author’s book was OVER double the cost. Of course only Amazon knows the answer to this question.
    LOL!
    Congratulations!!!

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