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When Her Hand Moves

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The cover is intriguing the face of a women staring at the reader. In all fairness i couldn't take to this book. It was described as a suspense filled novellas but felt this was misleading. The book at times veered completely off track. I couldn't finish and was a DNF for me.
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This book contains three stories broken down into movements full of magical realism, sensuality and spirituality.  It is about an English nurse, a Syrian professor and an Oxford scholar.  I had a difficult time reading this book.  I especially found the first and second movements to be wordy.  Much attention was given to the surroundings leaving little attention to the content that is needed for a suspenseful thriller.  

The third movement was by far my favorite part of the book.  I found the book to be emotionally exhausting for me.  Overall, I did find the book to beautifully written.  The author's attention to the surroundings, the visualization, transports you into each story that is being told.

Thank you NetGalley and Villa Magna Publishing for gifting me a copy of this book for my honest review.
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3.5 rounded up
Loved the characters and the stories.  Thanks to Netgalley for the opportunity to read this book
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Three suspense-filled novellas replete with adrenaline-rich chase scenes, surreal sexual encounters, and moments of magical realism. These are so well written, completely gripping so make sure you set aside many hours so that you can greedily devour it them one swoop.
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