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  • Original Historical Fiction

    New to me author T.J. Brown has given readers a unique character in Dali Summer. Dolors Posa whose grandmother hated her is a strong if prim and proper woman. How she became colorblind was one of the first questions I asked as I read. Then of course, why the visions. The first question is answered earlier than the last one. Dolors is a character to empathize with as well as admire for how she has arranged her life for survival if not success. Then the summer came! Dolors has some powerful enemies though but begins to make some unique friends too. The family dynamics were dysfunctional in a Godfather movie way. Then there is young Salvador Dali. All of these relationships, heartaches, led me to wondering why she did not leave. Perhaps there would be no where for her to go in 1917 Spain, or the political turmoil or the lack of opportunities for women. Only I needed to read on, which I did. An original voice in historical women’s fiction. Just think about the name given to the main character, Dolors who cannot see colors. Interesting. An author to be on the lookout for in the future. 4.5 Stars An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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