J.A. Schneider is a former staffer at Newsweek. Once a Liberal Arts major, she has become increasingly fascinated with medicine and forensic science. which is evident in her best-selling series, Embryo. I am thrilled that she posted this review for my novel, Dancing with Air:
The writing of this intense story of love and heartbreak is what makes it a classic. You'll go through the wringer with this one, but you'll never forget it.
"I ached for Natasha from the moment she entered my life," Lenny reminisces. "We looked forward to growing old together." Alas, after decades of a loving relationship starting with the terror, secret missions, and intelligence operations of World War II, Lenny now finds himself the broken-hearted caretaker of Natasha, once a gifted concert pianist who entertained the troops, and is now suffering from Alzheimer's. Flashbacks to the war, when Lenny was serving in the UK before the Normandy invasion, are full of vivid detail, but what is most heart-wrenching is seeing Lenny now struggle daily with the ravages of Natasha's disease. Author Uvi Poznansky's writing is deeply poetic and spellbinding; every page runs the gamut of emotion.
"Dancing with Air" is the fourth volume of a family saga series titled "Still Life with Memories," but it reads beautifully alone, and is unforgettable. Five stars!!