5 stars from Midwest Book Review – Oregon, USA.

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..

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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers’ Favorite

BOOK REVIEW Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers’ Favorite Masks by Nataly Restokian is a contemporary romance with a unique twist, a story of love that explores a woman’s unrelenting search for happiness and inner freedom. Anna had never been beautiful or attractive in her younger years. She once was the nerd who got bullied at school,..

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Motherhood moments blog /special thanks to dear Bekah

Book Nook: Masks – motherhood-moment.blogspot.com Masks, the debut novel from Nataly Restokian, takes readers on a journey through Anna’s persistent struggle to find true, authentic happiness in an environment that marginalizes women. Inspired by the author’s personal experiences as a television personality in the Middle East, Masks reveals through Anna the uncensored reality of the..

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Should people wear masks?

Five Star Review by Bruce Miller Bruce Miller, Bestselling Author, Screenwriter, Humorist at TeamGolfwell (2009-present) If you want to read a very interesting book about “Masks” see this book by Nataly Restokian Five Star Review: “I was intrigued reading “Masks” by Nataly Restokian. I thought the story (which is about a woman named “Anna” and..

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The interview with Thomas Anderson ,editor in Chief of Literary Titans ,LA,USA

LITERARY TITAN Connecting Authors and Readers HOME AUTHOR SERVICES LITERARY BOOK AWARDS CONTACT US ABOUT US ← Cruel, Ironic and Hilarious Date to Speak Up MAY 5 Posted by Literary Titan Nataly Restokian Author Interview Masks follows Anna as she struggles to find herself and her love as she navigates the social, religious, and sexual taboos of the Arab..

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