Burying Leo by Helga Gruendler-Schierloh (Book Review #415)
Posted on February 18, 2018
by Jeyran Main
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Burying Leo is a romance novel about Ingrid. She loves to sing and auditioning is her thing. After her dreams of becoming a singer are shattered, she moves to Detroit and gets married. Things aren’t much better after that either and her dream to sing never really dies in her heart. Hence, her journey continues to weave its way to what eventually becomes her destiny.
I found the story to be very touching and pleasant to read. The work demonstrated the struggle one faces as a woman and everything that comes with pursuing a dream. What I particularly enjoyed about the book was its twisted plot and unforeseen events that did take me by surprise.
The literature was easy to understand and to follow. The pace of the story went well with the storyline and kept me intrigued. I believe anyone that enjoys women’s fiction would appreciate this book.
What I feel we need more in books are woman based literature stories that focus on female empowerment and dreams. It is clear that the author has placed love and care in her work and has potential to write similar good stories.
Written by Jeyran Main
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