To be had is a fictional story about Boris. He is a lawyer and lives in Greentown. His endless love for his wife and daughter is apparent, however, once he loses his job, financial problems cause conflict and separation amongst them.
After losing his wife and contact with his daughter, he strongly believes that by fixing his financial status, he can get them back. What then transpires is Boris, going through thick and thin in order to create opportunities for himself. Once succeeded he rushes to gain back what he lost, but his daughter wants nothing to do with him.
The storyline was very touching and relative to today’s dilemma. As Boris believes that the love that he lost can be redeemed with cash, it was interesting to see that his old companion, Simona, accepted him for what he was instead.
The dynamic between Boris, Simona and Boris’s daughter, Luna was addressed very well. The literature was strong and the fundamental belief that family always comes first was embedded within the content of the work.
Boris’s character was developed very well. He was strong and yet vulnerable at the same time. His personality could relate to many fathers and how much pressure they can be under, just to be able to keep everything together.
I recommend this book to people that enjoy family saga and fictional stories.
Written by Jeyran Main
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