Review by geoffrey ngoima -- The Dancing Barber

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Re: Review by geoffrey ngoima -- The Dancing Barber

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I must say this: the author as made all his time to write this book which is very good. Among all domestic pet, I don't really like cat. I prefer dog. It would have been better if the author use dog but I guess the author like cat. The write up was good every word and sentence used in this book was fully understandable with simple English. For those that have cat we better understand their cat.

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What an insightful and glowing review! You've really managed to capture what this book is about and why it's worth the read. I was thrown off by the cover, but your review has me desperate to read it. I love my books with humor, especially when they have complex plots and dark themes. Thank you for the warning that this isn't a quick or easy read. It will help me figure out when the best time to read it is. I look forward to reading more reviews from you! You're a real professional.

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isrealolabanji wrote:I must say this: the author as made all his time to write this book which is very good. Among all domestic pet, I don't really like cat. I prefer dog. It would have been better if the author use dog but I guess the author like cat. The write up was good every word and sentence used in this book was fully understandable with simple English. For those that have cat we better understand their cat.
Haha, you must not really like cats. I agree. dogs are more likeable and useful(?). I hope the cat lovers don't see this.
Anyway, thank you for your comment, man.

-- 29 Aug 2017, 11:44 --
Mallory Whitaker wrote:What an insightful and glowing review! You've really managed to capture what this book is about and why it's worth the read. I was thrown off by the cover, but your review has me desperate to read it. I love my books with humor, especially when they have complex plots and dark themes. Thank you for the warning that this isn't a quick or easy read. It will help me figure out when the best time to read it is. I look forward to reading more reviews from you! You're a real professional.
Wow, Mallory, thank you, coming from you that's gold, haha. I just have a passion for words. I don't think, though, that it will be difficult for you, you'll just sail on thru. And with all that humour you won't feel much of the tragedy, or may be you will ;) It is a tricky affair.
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Nice review Geoffrey. I mean great review. You write well, exceptionally well. I will probably pick up this book someday soon. I'm that hooked by your review. Keep writing please.
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Ayosinmi wrote:Nice review Geoffrey. I mean great review. You write well, exceptionally well. I will probably pick up this book someday soon. I'm that hooked by your review. Keep writing please.
Wow, you guys, to borrow a phrase from a fellow reviewer, you have seriously made my day with that comment, thank you so much. I will keep writing if you promise too, you write even better. And do get the book someday.
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Yeaaaa. I'm glad I have an effect on your day, and positively too. I also promise to keep writing. ? ☺. Check out my review of First Friday too. Thank you
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Let us do this more often, and when I'll post my next review I'll holla.
First Friday it is.
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Definitely dear. Let's do it more often
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It's a date then
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Hmmmm. Sure it is. ☺
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Hi Geoffrey, I laugh at your review because of that book. You really enjoyed reading that book. you've done a very nice review.
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geoffrey ngoima wrote:
Kelebogile Mbangi wrote:Wow! I like books which broadens ones view of a place and its people, this sounds very interesting! Thank you for this review.
You're welcome, Kelebogile

-- 29 Aug 2017, 03:34 --
Christina Rose wrote:Thank you for sharing your thoughts! This genre isn't typically for me, but your review made it sound more enticing.
Thank you, Christina

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Excitedreads wrote:Humour and a complicated plot.... hmm. I'm actually a fan of complex plots, so the more i have to dive in the better. Add some humour and a crazy cat, well u might just have a prize here. Your review was so intelligently written and i can feel your excitement while reading it. Thank you for your great review.
Thank you, Excitedreads, we have the same mind on complex plots there, ...
You are so welcome!

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Jem Tomarong wrote:Hi Geoffrey, I laugh at your review because of that book. You really enjoyed reading that book. you've done a very nice review.
Thank you, Jem, for the words of encouragement
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Every time I read the title of this book, I will always laugh. Even if how many times I'v seen it. I can't imagine a barber will dance. :lol:
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Haha, barbers do dance too, my friend, I was a barber once and I can dance. I think
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