Overall Rating and Opinion of My Trip to Adele

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Re: Overall Rating and Opinion of My Trip to Adele

Post by Clint Asio » 16 Oct 2017, 20:52

This book is awesome dude. anyway i like it based on its aura i feel like i was the one going to a trip. Its more relatable based on the words used. its not just simple words but complicated ones with great meanings. also i like it because i can describe myself or even the readers based on the traveler. Good job and keep making more books love it :P

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Post by Salman Faisal 5 » 24 Oct 2017, 02:20

Loved the story and was imagining my self in the trip but due to repetition of some events and lined the story started to seem boring but the overall story of each character was maintained and was loved by me

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Post by Obelix » 26 Oct 2017, 09:02

Personally, this book looks good and i like reading it and i be much interested in reading.

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Post by Mahaila » 27 Oct 2017, 05:04

This was a complicated book...with a lot of depth and life to it. It was intriguing with all its references to Adele and her song lyrics. Three stories that were weaved around going to an Adele concert in Verona, Italy. It is definitely a very unique plot that immediately caught my attention. Sometimes the details bog down the stories with all the foreign terms and places, but it all comes together as you read of each life and immerse yourself into the things going on. A marriage that needs to be saved, a lost love from long ago searched for, and a single mother's love for her son that leads to the once in a lifetime trip to see Adele perform. Adele's songs or her lyrics have something to do with each life told about in this book. It makes a compelling story as it all works to a pinnacle to the major event in the story of the concert. I definitely wanted to listen to Adele's songs more as I kept reading. I only the last few months have started to listen to any of Adele's songs, and I have to say that I enjoy listening a lot to her songs. The underlying melancholy and pondering of life is a touching part of her music. So this makes the book My Trip to Adele even more interesting. I highly recommend it. :congratualtions-smiley: :congratualtions-smiley:

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Post by charnelly » 02 Nov 2017, 14:03

i think it was a nice trip however i would rate 4/4 as its very interesting

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Post by abdul2792123 » 03 Nov 2017, 05:08

I am great fan of adele and lyrics at the end of each excerpt are beautiful
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Post by midnight_angel756 » 03 Nov 2017, 20:04

I am a hopeless romantic thus making me a big fan of romantic movies and romance novels. I am a big fan of Adele as well. And I find it very fascinating that the author used Adele's songs in each of the chapter and chose a specific lyric of each song that is so fitting at the end of each chapter.

I think it's interesting that early chapters were not a dead give away. I love how the author alternates the three stories in every chapter and how the story builds up at every page that it perks my interest and makes me want to continue page after page to see what happens next and I love the twists of the three love stories.

Admittedly, I don't have much knowledge about Marrakesh, Morocco that is why I find it very interesting to be able to get a glimpse of its culture and practices. It's actually very curiosity arousing. It's also interesting how the author depicted the two worlds in Vegas. People living above the city and the ones living under the city. I find it very real.

I was moved by the three stories to a certain extent and I feel anyone who is or has been in a relationship can one way or the other relate to one of the characters in the three stories. However, the story that moved me the most that it actually got me into tears was the story of Nadia, the single mom. Although I have never been married so I can't really relate on how hard divorce proceedings must be, but I am also a single mother. And I can definitely relate how our world revolve around our child, that how we think our child is our life and that how we would do anything just to see that bright smile on their faces and to hear them say " i love you mom". That I can definitely relate.

All in all, I love the book. It was a good read. :tiphat: :tiphat: :tiphat: I would love for you to read it as well.

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Post by pmbithi254 » 05 Nov 2017, 09:31

this book is interesting to read. when reading i felt as the one on trip. it is 4 of 4

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Post by Mark Anthony Arthur » 05 Nov 2017, 21:16

Hey guys.. As I read this book it seems that it talks about different personalities which everyone can relate to. But the highlight would be love for the family and Women's independence.

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Hey guys.. As I read this book it seems that it talks about different personalities which everyone can relate to. But the highlight would be love for the family and Women's independence. I will rate it in 4 star.

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Post by sourav15 » 07 Nov 2017, 13:51

I started reading the book but soon lost interest. The language need to be more free flowing. The story doesn't also seem to attract much of my interest.
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Post by Amystl26 » 10 Nov 2017, 19:05

I gave the book 4 out of 4 stars. I thought it was well written and the characters came alive for me through the writing. I found it detailed enough to bring the scene alive in my mind's eye, but not too much as to bore me. That being said, I did not agree with the way a few scenarios played out. However, I like that it wasn't predictable. That in and of itself was refreshing. I would recommend to others for a light, easy read.

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Post by kevin lumbasi » 14 Nov 2017, 07:00

I have always anticipated to read such interesting books,this is one of the best books i have ever met.Your review is perfect but the kind of marriage expected in the imaginative world like as tale seems to reflect what is in this beautiful story when we say there was the message that one should not stay in an abused marriage for the sake of the kids (aka Nadia). On the other hand, Yaser did just the opposite and sacrificed himself for his kids it makes it more fantasy.

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Post by inaramid » 29 Nov 2017, 06:14

I gave this book a 2 out of 4 stars in my review. The writing was inconsistent, the dialogues were stilted, and the use of Adele's songs - while initially charming - became a little bit too silly to even be plausible. Plus, the last chapter was a mess of an ending.

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Post by TheWriteAngel » 28 Dec 2017, 03:41

I wasn't very keen on picking up this book when I had initially read the synopsis. But it turned out to have a lot of depth. Contrary to what you said, I love that the writers where able to portray the characters' ideologies so well even though they were quite opposite. I gave it 4 out of 4 stars. Do feel free to stop by and check out my review on this book!

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Post by Scrawling Pen » 14 Jan 2018, 12:58

I rated this book 2 out of 4 stars. I really couldn't develop a connection with the story. The writing and interactions between characters felt very unrealistic. There were some good themes--problems of social media, cultural ignorance, etc.--but they felt forced as well. Others may find it entertaining, but I personally wasn't a big fan.

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