The Last Alias by Ste7en Foster (Book Review #914)


The last alias is a memoir. It is a collective story about a man with many faces. The self-discovery story is filled with multiple personalities that, each to their own, has a journey and message to give. Although it is all one protagonist, it isn’t with one identity. Who is Steven Foster?

I found the concept of the memoir to be very intriguing. It certainly was the first time I read something like this, so I appreciate the novel approach. The literature was descriptive and allowed the reader to understand how one could play a role if they had to and be someone whether they wanted to or not.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

It takes you to read a few of the stories before you enter the author’s mind frame. I particularly liked this. If you are looking to read an exciting tale about Steven, then this book is for you. It has elements of philosophy, tragic encounters, humor, and even provoking material that compels you to continue reading.

I recommend this book to people who like to read memoirs and life stories that are genuinely engaging.

Written by Jeyran Main

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