Official Review: Gloria's Life Purpose by Sameer Zahr

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Re: Official Review: Gloria's Life Purpose by Sameer Zahr

Post by Olatunji2k141 » 23 May 2019, 10:58

I encourage her for the little ideals she acquired knowing what she wanted to do. Not everyone is like that at that age, I will advice her to keep it on and she will surely getting to her destination. though. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Miriam Molina » 30 Jul 2019, 04:34

Olatunji2k141 wrote:
23 May 2019, 10:58
I encourage her for the little ideals she acquired knowing what she wanted to do. Not everyone is like that at that age, I will advice her to keep it on and she will surely getting to her destination. though. Thanks for the review.
Thanks for sharing your insights. I don't think Gloria is a real person, but your advice would be good for all the youth out there who choose to follow her example.
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Post by esp1975 » 31 Jul 2019, 11:14

I am seriously uncertain of what the story of the book really is, given that you found almost no real conflict in it. That doesn't seem geared to hold anyone's attention. I guess if someone does feel a calling to a spiritual life, it may be interesting, but that person is very likely going to have many challenges that this character did not, due to real life financial issues.

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Post by Miriam Molina » 31 Jul 2019, 22:54

esp1975 wrote:
31 Jul 2019, 11:14
I am seriously uncertain of what the story of the book really is, given that you found almost no real conflict in it. That doesn't seem geared to hold anyone's attention. I guess if someone does feel a calling to a spiritual life, it may be interesting, but that person is very likely going to have many challenges that this character did not, due to real life financial issues.
The author paints an ideal world which we can only wish for.
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