Sunday, July 8, 2012

Permanence by Vincent Zandri - Review!

Happy Sunday!

Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours Presents:


Welcome to my stop at the Permanence by Vincent Zandri review tour! My stop includes the review of the book and some information about the author and the book.


Summary:


Based upon Vincent Zandri's most anthologized Pushcart Prize-nominated short story of the same title, Permanence, is the story of Mary Kismet, a travel agent and grieving mother of a toddler who suffered an apparent accidental drowning. Now, all alone in the world, she attempts to ease the pain of her suffering by immersing herself, body and soul, into a love affair with her psychiatrist, a man haunted by his own demons. A tragic novel of obsession, dark compulsions, and madness, Permanence transports the ill-fated lovers from New York to Venice, Italy, and back again.




Author: Vincent Zandri

Title: Permanence
Release date: First published November 1995, Kindle version 4th of May 2012
Published by: Northwest Pub/Bear Media
Reading level: FICTION – Adult: Mystery, Romance
URL: http://vincentzandri.blogspot.com/
Pages/Size: 143 pages in E-Book version
Source: Received from Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours and from the author for blog tour

My review:
 
Permanence was the first book written by Vincent Zandri which I read. I enjoyed this novel tremendously. It was well-written, dark, emotional and sad.
 
The story is written through the point of view of Mary. Mary is a woman who lost her toddler and the reader will see into Mary's tragic situation. the loss of her child has broken Mary inside out and while reading you feel her pain and heartache. Mary fells in love with her psychiatrist, and that relationship is getting obsessive with every page you turn. It feels like Mary is grabbing to the last straw even though it's not. Mary's object of love is not an easy man and he has dark secrets to hide.
 
I loved Mary even though I did not understand a lot of things about her. I could understand her pain, but there were lot of things which made me question her decisions. She is believable though and Vincent Zandri did an excellent job with telling Mary's story.
 
It's a very interesting mystery to read and as mentioned I truly enjoyed Vincent Zandri's writing!
 
5 Flowers!
4 stars.
 
Thanks to Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours and the author for providing me with the review copy!
 
About the author:
 
Vincent Zandri is the No. 1 International Bestselling Amazon author of THE INNOCENT, GODCHILD, THE REMAINS, MOONLIGHT FALLS, CONCRETE PEARL, MOONLIGHT RISES, SCREAM CATCHER, BLUE MOONLIGHT and MURDER BY MOONLIGHT. He is also the author of the Amazon bestselling digital shorts, PATHOLOGICAL, TRUE STORIES and MOONLIGHT MAFIA. Harlan Coben has described THE INNOCENT (formerly As Catch Can) as "...gritty, fast-paced, lyrical and haunting," while the New York Post called it "Sensational...Masterful...Brilliant!" Zandri's list of publishers include Delacorte, Dell, StoneHouse Ink, StoneGate Ink and Thomas & Mercer. An MFA in Writing graduate of Vermont College, Zandri's work is translated into many languages including the Dutch, Russian, and Japanese. An adventurer, foreign correspondent, and freelance photo-journalist for RT, Globalspec, IBTimes and more, he lives in Albany, New York. For more go to http://www.vincentzandri.com/ .
 
 


Happy reading!





 

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