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by Brian Heffron
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Book Professor
Book Professor rated it 11 years ago
What are some of the book's themes? Love, friendship, betrayal, war and layers of lies. They all played a important role in the story. After reading this story more than once, I find the time period a bit curious. PTSD is something that was recently recognised so why set a story so far back to the p...
UK Book Club Reads
UK Book Club Reads rated it 11 years ago
Top 3 things I liked about the main character - Paul was like a rock. he was solid and stable. Despite being shoved from Michael’s life physically and emotionally, he never gave up on his friend. From start to finish, he only wanted to do the right thing for everyone. What I liked about the settin...
Page Turning Books
Page Turning Books rated it 11 years ago
Content (overall theme, idea and setting) - The themes, ideas and plot were revealing. However, I found Sarah’s connection to Paul and Michael a little farfetched. The whole concept of you can do anything to me and I’ll still be your friend didn’t really work throughout the book. What I liked - A...
Creating Imaginations
Creating Imaginations rated it 11 years ago
Did you find that the cover and title represented what the story was really about? The cover fit the story and I liked the beautiful mountain setting. I applaud Michael for everything he had to go through and was really hoping he would get better in the end. It must have been hell on earth to have k...
Top Shelf Books
Top Shelf Books rated it 11 years ago
What did you think of the overall story? This is a story about grief, love and a lot of sadness. The author does not drag the conflict and you are captivated with Michael, Sarah and Paul. It was a beautifully written story and the ending leaves you wishing for more. If you were to talk with the a...
The Reading Cat
The Reading Cat rated it 11 years ago
Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? It pulled me in right away. This book was a touching reminder of the unseen sacrifices that members of the military and their families make so people like us can stay free. ...
Kindle Nook Books
Kindle Nook Books rated it 11 years ago
Favorite setting... Paul and Michael's mountain cabin. It was so warm and homey which was completely different from how Michael was feeling or acting and his PTSD was developing. The surrounding mountains were a symbol of the challenges Michael was going through. Absolutely superb book. Favorite s...
Gentleman Reads
Gentleman Reads rated it 11 years ago
What were the main relationships explored in this book? Colorado Mandala focuses on four main characters. These characters are then connected to each other and their relationships take on different forms and emotions. You have Paul and Michael's relationship where Paul attempts to take on the role o...
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