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by The Administrator last modified Jun 30, 2008 15:07




A couple of weeks ago, my father came in to my bedroom and dropped this book on my bed. He hadn't even opened the book, so he asked me if it was written in engish. I didn't take much notice of it, until I saw the British flag on the front page; and as I am the anglophile number ONE that I am, I read the back cover and decided to give it a try. Green City in the Sun - in swedish: Grön Stad i Solen - is now one of the best books that I have read this year.. Ok, I must admit, I don't read much. I do read more than the average 18-year-olds in my circle of friends however, but I wish I did read more than I do! Anyhow, I haven't finished the book yet, but so far, I LOVE this book. I love the cunning, yet elegant way you change the reader's perspective from Grace's to Mona's to young Wachera's point of view. And I also adore the cliff hangers after each chapter.
I have a question that I always have wanted to ask an author; When you write a book, where do you get all the inspiration? Do you have the whole picture in your head before you write or do you just.. write along with your fantasy?
I wish you the best of luck in your carreer as an author. Love from Sweden// George.




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