Reviews

Here are some reviews for Summers In Supino but I’ve found that the best reviews are when someone reads the book and likes it and tells their friends who then read the book and like it and then tell their friends and …

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Summers in Supino . . . is the kind of narrative that you can’t help but love. . . . If you are looking for a good memoir to take your mind off of life in general and love to travel through words, this would be a perfect choice.” – readful things. (click here to read more)

 

“The intimate, lyrical style immediately draws the reader in.” – Quill & Quire  (click the link to read more)

http://www.quillandquire.com/review/summers-in-supino-becoming-italian/

Summers in Supino is a memoir filled with humor, love, and recovery…If you want an emotional, descriptive read, Summers in Supino is an excellent choice.” – Tracy Farnsworth, Roundtable Reviews  (click the link to read more)

http://roundtablereviewsadult.blogspot.ca/2013/04/summers-in-supino-becoming-italian.html

“This surprising memoir brings much more than travel, food, and scenery…Maria Coletta McLean’s beautiful tribute to her husband, her family (both Canadian and Italian) is much more than a summer read.  It’s a memoir of love, loss and comfort.” —Tutu’s Two Cents (click the link to read more)

http://tutus2cents.blogspot.ca/2013/04/review-summers-in-supino-becoming.html 

“[McLean] quickly transports readers into the charm and richness of village life.” – Publishers Weekly (June 2013). (click the link to read more)

http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-77041-137-1

“This beautiful memoir will entertain and touch your heart, and have you wishing for a little piece of Italy for yourself.”—Sacramento Book Review (June 2013). (click the link to read more)

http://citybookreview.com/summers-in-supino-becoming-italian/

 

 

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