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Weeks in Naviras review Ù 3 ↠ Something is wrong at the heart of the tiny fishing village of Naviras a place where Ellie often sought refuge as the rest of her life was collapsing; during the silent and invisible end of her marriage as her husband's political power grew Ellie fell in love with the village and the people who lived in it Now she's back tMen begins and ends Ellie has returned to Naviras just as a conspiracy to destabilise the Middle East is erupting The village is the first and last place she ought to be but Naviras has saved its biggest and deadliest secret for last Weeks in Naviras is a speculative and political novel published in 2014 Editorial Reviews It stays with you after you finish reading A uniue and engaging plot that is both thoughtful and evocative It is an enjoyable read overall and is definitely recommended The Fut. Weeks in Naviras by Chris WimpressThere are so many words to describe this book and every one of them sings it praises I normally tend to read young adult fantasy or science fiction and this book is none of those things; but it hooked me from the first chapter It is so hard to talk about this book without giving anything away but because I highly recommend it I do not want to spoil it It was instantly intriguing and had me wonder what in the world is going on The feeling of wondering what is happening and what is going to happening kept me glued to the pages and I could not put it down I dare anyone to pick up this book up and read the first chapter I cannot imagine you would be able to walk away without reading one chapter and then one chapter and before long you will be as obsessed as meThis novel is fiction And in a surprising twist for me since I loved it so much it has politics and terrorism Marriage romance politics life death and children; this book has it It has life It does not shy away from the realness of life and at times that had me hating characters even though I was not sure I would be choosing something different if I was in those characters’ shoes I love how the story jumps back and forth in time even though at times it is confusing it fits the story perfectly In the end every thing is wrapped up in a satisfying way; while also leaving some uestions as to what happens to certain characters which is one of the my favorite ways for books to end Life is not perfect Nothing concludes “perfectly” in life so why should a bookThe writing style is so engaging and descriptive that I was transported to Naviras I was on the beach I was in the plane I was with the characters The author is so on point with his writing style This book has every thing and in some cases so many best sellers have that I hope people read this book and it gets recognition Clearly I am obsessed with this book I recommend it to all adults I know that I will be telling all my friends and family about it and badgering them to read it I know I will end up rereading it because it is that good I can only hope Chris writes and publishes novels soon

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Something is wrong at the heart of the tiny fishing village of Naviras a place where Ellie often sought refuge as the rest of her life was collapsing; during the silent and invisible end of her marriage as her husband's political power grew Ellie fell in love with the village and the people who lived in it Now she's back to remember and relive her time there recalling the secrets which sprang up within its narrow streets and at Casa Amanha the home of a weather forecaster where her love for two. Wow What a great read Some of the reviews warned that this was a 'what just happened' sort of book But it really WAS I never felt lost but I did feel the need to go back and re read some of the storyjust to make sure I read it right It was such a trippy book Very much a page turner And even though you think you might have an idea what was happening; I did not One of those books you don't want to end or to at least have a seuel

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Weeks in NavirasUre Fire Reviews March 2014 I don't want to give anything away but put it this way it will knock your socks off The twists are so unexpected so genius Excellent excellent book Highly recommended Definitely different definitely eclectic Eclectic Bookworm April 2014 The background and setting of the story was amazing in itself and I really wish Naviras really existed This book made me think instead of just doing the thinking for me and throwing theories out all over the pages Bookish Love March 20. A most unusual and increasingly gripping book this political thriller and romance is a very good read indeed The story of how Ellie Weeks met married and grew distant fm her politician husband runs concurrently with an account of her emerging from the sea supposedly after death in a version of the hereafter Her death and many others attributed to a terrorist attack but who and why planed the incident On a journey where suspicions are high and the stakes are higher this political thriller keeps you guessing