Author, Danielle Lee Zwissler

Author, Danielle Lee Zwissler

Monday, May 19, 2014

Agatha Rae--OENONE--

Ever since meeting Author, Agatha Rae, I have been surprised and delighted at how well she can not only speak English, but write it as well. She is a true gem.

Agatha Rae, Poland native, is a wonderful writer, a teacher of English, and a great friend. Her book 'Oenone' can be found online everywhere as well as on paperback in some brick and mortar stores.

BLURB:
Evelyn Dax is in love with her boss, Jeff Richards has an enemy and has been feeling a little cold lately, and Laura and Bruce Levinson have health problems. What does that all have to do with one Greek Nymph? Find out in this 303 page fantasy that reads like an independent film.


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About the Author:

About the Author

Agatha Rae (Joanna BogusÅ‚awska) is an author and a college teacher from Gdynia, Poland. She has published a book for the teachers of English “Teaching English Through Culture, Teaching Culture Through English” (co-written with Agata Mioduszewska) as well as an anthology of essays analyzing popular culture “Popkultura – pop czy kultura?” (Eng. “Popular culture – pop or culture?”). Her articles written both in English and Polish have been published in magazines Forum For The World Literature Studies, The Teacher, Kino, Top Guitar and Perkusista, she also collaborated with http://www.stephen-moyer.net website, published a dozen of film reviews there and she runs a blog on one of Poland’s biggest opinion-forming portals www.natemat.pl. She is a PhD student at the University of Gdansk. Among her favorite authors are Stephen King, Billy Bryson, Tennessee Williams, The Beat Generation authors and Charles Bukowski.



MY REVIEW:
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Jun 03, 13  ·  edit

Read in May, 2013

It has been a long time since I have read something and it was truly unique. This book is just that. Unique and it stands in a class by itself. Oenone--an Indie film in book form-- as I like to call it, is fascinating, different and easy to read.

In the beginning of this book, Evelyn Dax talks with her best friend, Laura, about her work crush. It isn't long after until the crush turns into an obsession come unexpected turn/twist of events.

In all honesty, this book is very hard to review without giving it away. All I can say is this, the book is different and it is unlike anything I have ever read. This type of 'paranormal' is very much unlike the others. This book has characters with real life problems with the twist of the paranormal.

Read it, enjoy it, and pass the love of Oenone on. You won't be sorry.