New Release: Looking Glass Friends, a Cerebral Romance Novel, Set in 1997

Now published: Paperback, eBook and audiobook editions of Looking Glass Friends, a lyrical love story for book-lovers in search of their soul mate.
 
 
Looking Glass friends, by E. L. Neve, a Cerebral Romance
Looking Glass friends, by E. L. Neve, a Cerebral Romance
 
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* Inspired By Ayn Rand

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SEATTLE - Jan. 6, 2017 - PRLog -- Tal Boldo, known for her YA fantasy, The Sound and the Echoes, has published her first adult novel, Looking Glass Friends, a contemporary, cerebral love story that looks at the power of books to connect our souls long before our bodies meet. Inspired by real love letters and woven with poetry and philosophy, Looking Glass Friends traces the story of two married strangers who fall in love over email, discussing Ayn Rand's novel, Atlas Shrugged.

This lyrical tale will toy with your emotions as it looks at the price we must pay to achieve our "happily ever after".

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Tal Boldo is a self-published novelist and audiobook reader and producer. She likes to write under pseudonyms that relate to her stories. Her love story, Looking Glass Friends, was published under E. L. Neve, an anagrammatic tribute to the real letters which inspired the novel. Her middle grade fantasy, The Sound and the Echoes, was published under Dew Pellucid (Tal being the Hebrew word for Dew). The novel was a 2013 Juvenile Fiction Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards, and an Honorable Mention recipient in the 2012 Los Angeles Book Festival. Her production of Looking Glass Friends is her first foray into the world of audiobooks.

To purchase an eBook, paperback or audiobook, please visit Amazon or:  http://LookingGlassFriend.com

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

Can our souls fall in love…before our bodies meet?

Ellie and Neil fall in love over email, discussing Ayn Rand's novel, Atlas Shrugged. Both are married already, and she has a five-year-old son. But in the span of a few letters, each discovers his soul's mirror image. So how can they live apart?

This is a story about the nature of love, its enchantment or curse, and the heartbreaking question: Can a mother secure her child's happiness by sacrificing hers?

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