Official Review: My Trip to Adele

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Re: Official Review: My Trip to Adele

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A book on the search for happiness by three characters with different backgrounds and who share the love for Adele's songs sounds like an inspiring read. It also seems well-written. Thank you for this wonderful review!

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Wonderful review! I love the concept of people with different backgrounds coming together for their shared love and adoration for Adele. This book is already in my TBR list.

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It seems an interesting story about life choices and facing your problems to live your life to the fullest.
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Wow! Awesome review and really great and interesting book. I like when the authors link different arts together - in this case music and the stories of 3 main characters. I will definitely read this one.

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This is a great review! You have highlighted the characters, the plot and themes of the book. Unfortunately I don't think this is my type of book.
But the path I’ve chosen has always been the right one, and I wouldn’t have had it any other way. :)

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I wonder why they haven't added their book cover here. Your review was interesting, but you didn't mention what kind of readers the book is most suitable for.

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It’s interesting that a singer figures so prominently in the lives of three different people in three different areas of the world. I would hazard a guess that the authors are Adele fans, or at least became Adele fans by the end of the book! Haha. It goes some way to highlighting how each of us are all human, and that we all love music and have it in common.

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Nice insightful review! I read the sample and loved it, and I wanted to know if the level was consistent. Your review answered all of my questions. I’m purchasing it as soon as I reach the end of the book I’m currently reading.

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The cover image really had me thinking of something else (I still like it) and I absolutely love the premise; following 3 different people on their intertwined journey to finding happiness, freedom annd love. It can be a complex story to handle but from the glowing review, the Alyaseer duo did a great job.

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Thank you for such a good review. I have been taking a break from romance books, however, I do really love Adele: her strong voice and very powerful lyrics.

The book sounds like quite a good read.

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Great review. I like to think of music as the soundtrack to life and there are certain memories that Adele's songs bring to mind for me. This is going on my to-read list.

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Great review! I really like such bookswhere the author uses songs and musicians to convey what the characters are going through. It adds a unique touch. I can't wait to read this!

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Good review! I liked this book and loved how the three stories tied together with Adele

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