Dancing is more than a love story. It is a window on the days...
After a thirty year career in the telecommunications industry, Bill Cronin sold a telecommunications and business management consultancy in 2000 to pursue a writing career. I am honored to discover his review of my novel, Dancing with Air:
The novel Dancing with Air is another example of Uvi Poznansky’s five-star skill as a writer and storyteller. Although the story is part of a continuing series, (Still Life with Memories) it stands alone and carries its own weight.
Lenny is Natasha’s husband and caregiver as she faces the ravages of Alzheimer’s Disease. The story flashes back to WWII, before they were married, when Lenny is serving in the UK before the Normandy invasion and Natasha steals away to England to serve as an entertainer in the USO to be with him. Natasha is soon embroiled in Lenny’s secret assignment, a mission that could determine the success or failure of D-day.
Dancing is more than a love story. It is a window on the days leading up to the Allied invasion of France to rid Europe of the Nazis.
What I find so compelling about this book is the excellent writing, believable dialogue, engaging plot and pleasurable story telling. The ending had an unexpected twist.