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    Are and influences of life

    An artist strokes on canvas, beauty and form delivering dreams of far away places, deserts, island paradises all cascading into a woman’s life that’s about to change is within the story line of Barbara Lin Probst book “Queen of Owls”. A past life becomes juxtaposed with a modern women’s life, her world changes from her own research into Georgia O’Keefe. Her family, schooling and relationships with others morphs into a reflection of the artist’s life. But how closely does it follow, what becomes of this lady who has been so influenced by another’s remarkable life? Probst has done a remarkable job with imagery that relates her story so vividly. Through out her book one is drawn in by the descriptive language used. Her characters are engaging and help relate the story in a personal way to the reader. This is a book that would grace any library. I encourage everyone to obtain a copy for themselves. I was given a copy of this book for a fair and honest review.

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