Uvi Poznansky Shows That Nothing Really Matters APART FROM LOVE,
May 28, 2012
This review is from: Apart From Love (Paperback)We always hear that there are two sides to every story, however in Uvi Poznansky's new literary offering APART FROM LOVE we find that sometimes there are as many of three sides of truth.
We meet Ben and Anita, two individuals that are drawn to each other on a level many would not fully understand, but are conflicted by the circumstances that have brought them together. You see, Anita is married to Ben's father Lenny, but there is something missing in her relationship that Ben seems able to fill.
It is through the voices of Ben and Anita that we learn of the conflicts they feel towards each other, as well as how Lenny fits into the equation. The author allows their individual voices to be heard, giving the reader the chance to understand how they are coming to make the choices that will define their future.
In the end we are able to see that there is still more than just Ben and Anita to be considered, and Lenny's own voice adds a piece to the puzzle that is sure to change what many of us might think about him and the lives of our two main characters.
What I took away from the book is that love is something that is more than words and feelings. It is action that is able to change everything that we know and how we see ourselves and others. We might not be able to fully understand the direction it leads us in, but Uvi Poznansky shows in this novel that nothing really matters apart from love.