➲ Sarah of the Moon Read ➺ Author Randy Mixter – Tanitiyor.us

➲ Sarah of the Moon  Read ➺ Author Randy Mixter – Tanitiyor.us
  • Paperback
  • 238 pages
  • Sarah of the Moon
  • Randy Mixter
  • English
  • 09 August 2018
  • 1463559313

Sarah of the Moon ALEX IN WONDERLAND The Haight Ashbury District Of San Francisco In 1967 Alex Conley, A Part Time Writer For A Balti Newspaper, Is Dispatched To Chronicle The Events Occurring There It Is June Of 1967, And The Summer Of Love Is In Full Swing Alone, In This Strange And Magical Place, He Meets A Girl Named Sarah, A Free Spirit Who Is As Mysterious As She Is Beautiful What Are The Secrets Of Her Past Why Does She Dance Each Night Under The Light Of The Moon These Are Just A Few Of The Puzzles Alex Needs To Solve In The Short Time He Has In That City Then There S Another Complication He Is Beginning To Fall Deeply In Love With Her.

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10 thoughts on “Sarah of the Moon

  1. says:

    At first glance, I honestly thought this was going to be one of those sappy romance novels.AND I was wrong, it is FAR MORE than that It s most likely because the description and the cover doesn t give the book the justice it truly deserves Some Hipster Chick, would be cool After the first two chapters, I was sucked in and couldn t put it down Alex, the eighteen year old part timer for a paper interested me Why Well, the era Hippies are something I never read about before, and other than l At first glance, I honestly thought this was going to be one of...

  2. says:

    Today I read Sarah of the Moon by Randy Mixter and seldom have I been so touched as I was by his novel set in the Haight Asbury district of San Francisco in 1967 If it were possible to give this book ten stars instead of merely five I would do so The purpose of all writing is to transport us to a new destination, to expand our perspective of the world we live in, or to give us a glimpse of an existing world we ve never seen This author does so in such a profoun...

  3. says:

    Randy Mixter s tale, Sarah of the Moon, was nothing like what I expected I was pleasantly surprised when I read the first chapter When I found that much of it took place in an area and atmosphere of which I had no experience I began to get caught up in the story Randy draws his characters well with broad brushstrokes without resorting to gimmicks or stereotypes except in the loosest way The story of the boy from Balti and the enigmatic San Francisco Flower Child, Sarah, is as touching as Randy Mixter s tale, Sarah of the Moon, was nothing like what I expected I was pleasantly surprised when I read the first chapter When I found that much of it took place in an area and atmosphere of which I had no experience I began to get caught up in the story Rand...

  4. says:

    SARAH OF THE MOON by Randy MixterWhen Randy approached The Reading Caf about reviewing his latest novel, Barb and I were backlogged with books, novellas and interviews, that I thought this would be one story for a rainy afternoon After writing another review, I came back to Randy s email and thought I would take a quick look at Sarah of the Moon Well, that quick look turned into an hour and before I realized it, I had finished the book.Sarah of the Moon is a sweet romance story Set against t SARAH OF THE MOON by Randy MixterWhen Randy approached The Reading Caf about reviewing his latest novel, Barb and I were backlogged with books, novellas and interviews, that I thought this would be one story for a rainy afternoon After writing another review, I came back to Randy s email and thought I would take a quick look at Sarah of the Moon Well, that quick look turned into an hour and before I realized it, I had finished the book.Sarah of the Moon is a sweet romance story Set against the backdrop of 1967 Haight Ashbury Hippie era, Randy takes us on one young man s journey of discovery hippies, drugs, freedom, war, peace and love Alex Conley is our hero As the son of a retired colonel, Alex respects his father s choices and life as a military man, but Alex strives for something different The Vietnam War is in full swing, and like most young men of his age, the draft would soon be calling It was the summer of his 18th year, and Alex was ...

  5. says:

    If you think Sarah Of The Moon is just about hippies and the summer of love, think again At its heart Sarah Of The Moon is a love story between a man and a woman from different cultures The setting is the Haight Ashbury section of San Francisco and the year is 1967 Alex Conley is a reporter sent to cover the hippie movement by a Balti newspaper Sarah is a mysterious free spirit who dances by the light of a summer moon to a song that only she can hear.Before long, Alex and Sarah meet and, I...

  6. says:

    To be honest, I only got this book because I was intrigued by the title and loved the cover But I was completely enthralled by it as I was reading it and it left me with many thoughts once I had finished it.It is a perfect balance of war Vietnam and peace summer of love , romance, mystery, compassion, energy which makes it a joy to read If, like me, you have read some of the other reviews then you know that this does not have a happy ever after which is unusual for a romance book But the To ...

  7. says:

    I absolutely loved this book It is so well written that every page is a revelation When Alex goes to San Francisco during the 1967 summer of love, he is a fish out of water Then he meets the beautiful and mysterious Sarah and things cha...

  8. says:

    A Great Book I have read hundreds of books in my lifetime but I rank Sarah Of The Moon as one of my all time favorites Great writing Great story I simply loved this book and cannot wait forfrom this author.

  9. says:

    The ending left me wanting to know

  10. says:

    My parents gave me this book recently Both praised the story and the setting They said this book hit the nail on the head Since they were both in San Francisco during the summer of love, when the story takes place, I decided to give them the benefit of the doubt I must say they were 100% right This was an amazing love story involving two people from different cultures who fall in love Everything was spot on from the dialogue to the setting of Haight Ashbury at the height of flower power T My parents gave me this book recently Both praised the story and the setting They said this book hit the nail on the head Since they were both in San Francisco during the summer of love, when the story takes place, I decided to give th...

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