essay words and phrases, http://mindtws.org.uk/phentermine-online-without-prescription/, adipex long term use, buy phentermine uk

Sign In

Remember Me

   

Searching for Enda – review

Searching for Enda - Review

We all have a story inside of us, that is for sure. However, the story of Paul Denny, author of ‘Searching for Enda‘, is a gripping one. The book begins with Paul finding out that he is adopted and then continues on with his journey to find answers to his multiple questions.

Everybody deserves to know their parentage, and where they descend from. This means that the questions that Paul had covered a vast array of topics. There were the obvious ones, about parentage, and then not so obvious ones too.

Searching for Enda - Review

I absolutely love reading books. My usual style is light-hearted chick-lit so this book was a refreshing break from the norm. From the first chapter I found that I was gripped. I soon found myself squeezing in more time in my busy schedule, as a new Mum, to read more and more of this book. I couldn’t wait to find out what the conclusion of the story was going to be.

I found the writing style to be very descriptive. From the first few pages of the book I really felt like I could sense the atmosphere in a room at any given time. I also felt that I could picture places in my mind. There was lots of intricate detail provided throughout the book and I found this writing style to be quite unique. I felt that this wasn’t similar to other books that I have read in the biographical genre. This book offered a new take on the story of adoption. I felt like I was really learning about Paul and his life.

From a biographical point of view this book really had everything covered. At the end of the book I felt that my questions had been answered. I felt like I was on something of an emotional roller-coaster, particularly near to the end of the book, but in a weird way this was immensely enjoyable.

To summarise this is an absolutely fantastic read. I was gripped from the beginning and kept interested throughout the book. The book did not feel unnecessarily long but also it wasn’t so short that areas were left uncovered. The epilogue was a nice touch at the end and I really thoroughly enjoyed learning about Paul.

Profile photo of Katy Stevens
I help people make money online through surveys, mystery shopping & more. Product reviewer, talker & cook. Love my family & enjoy working from home. You can find my website here.

25 Comments

  1. So glad you enjoyed it. Cheers

    Reply
  2. I love when the authors describe everything so I can feel right there next to the main character !

    Reply
  3. They say a good book can bring you to that place and time. I guess this was the book based on your description. Lucky you for having the chance to read a good book, been missing that lately.

    Reply
  4. Sounds like an interesting book! I’d love to read it

    Reply
  5. I love books like this that make you want to read more. Summer is a perfect time for reading books.

    Reply
  6. It sounds like a book you won’t be able to put down until you’re done reading the entire thing. I’m really interested in the story and I’d love to find out more!

    Reply
  7. Enda was a book I actually had on my to read list so I am glad that it exceeded your expectations and was something different to what you would normally read!

    Reply
  8. This is an interesting read. I am sure I will get hooked once I start reading. I will add this to my list of must read books.

    Reply
  9. This sounds like a very interesting book. This is something that I would love to read. I just wish I had a bit more time to sit down and read a book.

    Reply
  10. I love discovering new books and authors, I’m definitely putting this on my list for reading this summer 🙂

    Reply
  11. You know I am not a book reader BUT I am definitely a reader. I love reading information and learning new things. I could sit and read about anything from religion to politics all day long.

    Reply
  12. Ooooo this sounds like a great read!!!! I will have to check it out. I need a new poolside book!

    Reply
  13. This sounds like an interesting book. I’m going to check it out on Amazon and Goodreads. Thanks!

    Reply
  14. Oh, this book is so interesting. I want to take a look at it, I think this is a must-have for my afternoon tea breaks.

    Reply
  15. I like refreshing books especially that I am so busy with my work. I am so excited to read this book.

    Reply
  16. I want to read this book while relaxing in our backyard. It would be perfect for an afternoon tea break.

    Reply
  17. You got me interested, nice.The adoption-conflict setting has always sparked my curiosity as it seems that most of it in real life finishes in a happy ending, if not complete acceptance.

    Reply
  18. Sounds like a wonderful book with a good story line of someone trying to find answers to his multiple questions about his life. With summer around, this could be a interesting book to read!

    Reply
  19. This sounds like a great book! I am always looking for something new to read especially while lounging outside in the summer.

    Reply
  20. I have never heard of this author before, but that book sounds great. I will be adding it to my TBR and pick it up soon.

    Reply
  21. I love descriptive writing that keeps your attention the whole time! Sounds like an interesting read.

    Reply
  22. I love reading interesting books and this one will be added to my to read list…

    Reply
  23. Now you got me wanting to add this to my list of to read books. I have such a long one but you made such an awesome review so it’s quite tempting.

    Reply
  24. Sounds like a great book to read! We are heading to the beach soon and this may be just what I need while my toes are in the sand.

    Reply
  25. i can’t help but read your post, i love books it just so happen i don’t have the luxury of time to read now, this one is indeed interesting

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

*