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Ivan Vlasov

Autor(a) de Memories of a Butterfly

1 Work 7 Membros 2 Reviews

Obras de Ivan Vlasov

Memories of a Butterfly (2016) 7 cópias


Conhecimento Comum

Locais de residência
Montréal, Québec, Canada
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
St. Petersburg, Russia
Ekaterinburg, Russia
Pequena biografia
Ivan Vlasov was born in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Two years after graduating from a University in his home town, he moved to Saint-Petersburg, Russia to work as a software engineer, and that's where he met his future wife. In the spring of 2010, Ivan and his family, that now also included his 4-month-old son, relocated to St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, where Ivan worked on a temporary basis. However, already in early 2012, being lured by a big company, Ivan moved again, this time to Montreal. This multicultural city became the place of birth of his second son, and that's where Ivan and his family reside at the moment.



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I was given a copy of this in exchange for a review. I feel bad giving this a one star but I couldn't finish it. The language was very simple and almost read as though it was translated or that English wasn't the primary language spoken by the author. There was a lot of filler that seemed unnecessary as well. I had hopes for a high rated novel based on the other review left. This book wasn't for me.
CarynThomas33 | 1 outra resenha | Feb 2, 2017 |
Resentment, thrill, anger, fascination, interest - all of these and many other emotions were left in my head after reading this book. At times this book makes you think about some serious questions, and at times it keeps you hooked just like a most interesting mystery. Sometimes you catch yourself thinking that it is some lunacy, but keep on reading to find out how all of this will end… wait for the ending because you can’t even guess what it will be.
I recommend to read this book if you love mysteries and are able to read between the lines. The language might seem a bit simple but the story outweighs this shortcoming.… (mais)
olonec | 1 outra resenha | Jan 28, 2017 |



½ 3.7