Zi71bFS9nQHnivtvUJquhejTHIQ The Story Factory Reading Zone: Leonardo's Chair by John DeSimone (A Review)

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Leonardo's Chair by John DeSimone (A Review)

Leonardo DaVinci .... some say- left his artistic influence not only on the canvas, but also on a mysterious chair built was his own hands. Whoever sat in Leonardo's chair receives the artist's same ability to paint masterpieces. But with this gift comes a terrible price....

A novel that deals with issues of talent and gifts, the meaning of faith, and learning to be yourself. This was a book that I found hard to put down. The characters were enticing and complex, particularly the main character, Paul LeBont. There was intrigue and love, drama and debate in ideal measures. I truly recommend this book to all who who like a deeper read once in a while.

Action Reader's Action: Complement someone on their talent, especially if it is usually taken for granted.

Have you ever had a talent that you really believed in? What did you do to make your dreams come true?
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