Dec 21,2018 / By Monica Martinez Me Too stories of sexual assault have dominated the headlines in the western world, but across the water, in the Arab world, the issue remains an elusive one. “I wrote this story because I wanted to face my own demons. I had to face myself and the things that happened..
The famous spiritual and philosophical Armenian poetess Anahit Arustamyan. the author of “The Queen Of Metaphors”, “My Intoxicated Ink”, “The Phantom’s Dolphin”& “The Canvas Of My Soul”. Her creative works are published in many poetry anthologies and magazines both online and in print. Armenia, Yerevan. FIVE STARS REVIEW Nataly Restokian is a very talented novelist…
August 30th, 2018 Posted by NatalyRestokian.com Nataly Restokian Author Interview Nataly Resokian is the author of Masks, a dark fictional tale based on true life events detailing the social sexual and religious taboos that take place in LabaNON and the Arab world, especially among the glitz and glamor of celebrities and royal families. Masks: Fame, Betrayal,..
Dr.Thomas L. Law III Oklahoma Registered Court Interpreter Four stars Masks is an intriguing story of a young, often naïve, woman as she tries to find freedom and love in a world dominated by men. In this era of the #MeToo movement the reader will find ample evidence of how men exert power over women..
“Masks” 5-Star Book Review by Ray Simmons I have read a lot of books that tell the story of how difficult it can be for an ambitious woman, or in fact, any woman to succeed and be happy. It can be a strenuous and even degrading task, and a woman needs good people and a..
Midwest Book Review 5 Stars review James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief 278 Orchard Drive, Oregon, USA. Critique: A deftly written, inherently fascinating, iconoclastic novel of one woman’s emotional struggle to break through a patriarchal society’s compulsory norms for her gender and the difficulties of being true to her own personal and emotional aspirations, “Masks” is a..
MASKS BY NATALY RESTOKIAN BOOK REVIEW by LYN HANCOCK “I wrote this book to let women in the other parts of the world realize that there is no perfection, no complete happiness, that dreams can sometimes turn into nightmares, and that not everything that glitters is gold.” Author Nataly Restokian, a Lebanon-born woman of Armenian..
[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Masks” by Nataly Restokian.] What does it take to live a happy life? Most people would think that having fame, power, and money makes one happy. Nataly Restokian wrote the novel, Masks, to take the reader through the kind of lives that most television celebrities go through. The..