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Shvoong Home>Books>Novels & Novellas>The Missing Rose Review

The Missing Rose

Book Review   by:mademoisellesherlyn     Original Author: Serdar Ozkan
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This novel tells about Diana and her twin sister who has been separated for a long time. Diana is a young woman, intelligent and beautiful, and have everything, but not happy, because her need for approval and praise from other people have made can not be yourself.

When her mother was dying, Diana discovered that she had a twin sister named Mary. Her mother said that Mary was in danger, and Diana must find and rescue her.

The only clue is the letters from Mary to their mother. In the letters, Mary tells of her journey into a rose garden in Istanbul, where she learned to speak with roses ..

Armed with the letter, Diana went to a foreign country, the journey that would take her on an invention that was not expected.

What makes me interested in this novel, is the mixing between the value of life and sense of brotherhood, with a little element of Greek mythology and a touch of style culture of the Turkish state.

For those of you who like a novel which has an element of fairy tale, this novel may be appropriate
Published: June 06, 2010   
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