A new review by Uvi Poznansky for TALON, FLIGHT FOR LIFE

Talon, family book series

http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2RTF4PW22JK9M/ref=cm_cr_pr_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00J2646HG

This book, Talon, Fight for Life, teaches me an important lesson: having a handicap may at first seem to hinder you, until you find a passion in your heart, something that drives you in inventive ways to overcome your difficulty. For Matica, whose body will always be trapped in the body of a two years old, this passion is her condors. We find her brooding at times, worrying about traveling to new places where she may be faced with rejection all over again, but perhaps a trip home to Australia may be an adventure. We have the confidence that she will overcome her challenge, “because without her handicap, she couldn’t do what she is doing now.”

I hear the author’s voice, whispering in the background of the story, if you have a disability, find a “condor”, a passion of your own. Given the author’s biography, her struggle with cancer…

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