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by Ron Savarese
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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Ron Savarese
  • ISBN:
    0615460763
  • ISBN13:
    978-0615460765
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Home Planet Publishing (August 9, 2011)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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    1292 kb
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    1157 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    216
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Author Ron Savarese’s novel, The Opening, is a wonderful story of redemption, forgiveness, and awakening to the healing power of love

Author Ron Savarese’s novel, The Opening, is a wonderful story of redemption, forgiveness, and awakening to the healing power of love. The main character is reeling from a string of bad investments and his wife’s battle with cancer. All he wants is a little peace. But the only place he’s been able to find it is at the bottom of a bourbon bottle.

The Opening" is a very good book to launch a good discussion, or simply to get one looking inward at their own . Savarese has an adroit ability to create mood and characters

The Opening" is a very good book to launch a good discussion, or simply to get one looking inward at their own life. Savarese has an adroit ability to create mood and characters. The Opening" borrows from "A Christmas Carol" and "It's a Wonderful Life" in theme and throws in a layer of current metaphysical philosophy. An interesting spirit quest for the modern man.

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Author of The Opening ~ A tale of redemption, forgiveness, and awakening.

Savarese Ron. Categories: Fiction. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them

Savarese Ron. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

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"The Opening" is a 2012 Global eBook Awards Finalist. It has been on seven Amazon Top 100 Best Seller Lists.

Mohn
I honestly don't recall what prompted me to get this book, but I'm so glad I did. As someone who is in the fall of their life I find myself asking many questions I didn't when I was younger. What will my legacy be, what's beyond, if anything (I have a hard time with the typical Heaven scenario), what will the transition be like and will I see those I knew in this life on the other side? One can have faith, but in the end we truly won't know what is beyond until we go there ourselves. But Ron's book gave me comfort and also makes me ask what will my legacy be when I'm gone and that is something i am creating with my daily actions. The Opening was just the right length, it was written well and the story was compelling and kept me turning the pages. I'm looking forward to seeing the follow-up to The Opening.
Gnng
I often go back and re-read other reviews after I have finished a book. I'm interested in seeing if others came away with the same impressions I did, and if the reviews reflect my thinking also. I'm in agreement with the large majority of reviewers of this book, and have an urge to try to explain to the people with negative or low reviews how very much they missed. But then, not everyone enjoys the same things, so it is to be expected, I'm sure.

"The Opening" is a very good book to launch a good discussion, or simply to get one looking inward at their own life. The premise of the book has been reviewed by others, so I will focus on my impressions. I did not notice spelling errors a reviewer cited, or if there were some, the content had my attention too much to notice. I think anyone who shied away from this book because of a misspelled word on page one should reconsider. I didn't spot it, and frankly wasn't aware of any other misspellings. Not saying there are none - I certainly might have missed them, but I am saying they are inconsequential to the totality of the book, and should not be a factor in deciding to purchase.

If you just read the surface of the story, you may be confused at times. You may miss the symbolism of the well described scenery. You may be put off by writing tricks that are intended to accomplish something other than just a recital of facts. But let the story seep into your mind and your heart, and let it open your awareness of the paths and choices that are in front of you.
Sirara
Joe St. John is dying in an ice cave. As he slowly fades away, his past comes to haunt him.

I think this story is as much as about the main character, Joe St. John's, decisions as it is about the character's cousin, Albert. I made the mistake of ignoring Albert. It was easy to do. Albert is portrayed as someone to be ignored. I read the book and was intrigued by a laundry list of missed opportunities by Joe through out his life. Joe made a lot of bad decisions like we all have but Joe is afforded an opportunity to look back and see the weight of his words and choices.

Through Joe reflections we see Albert there, woven in like a thread in a seemingly random fashion. It's not. Savarese constructed a tale with purpose and forethought. The character, Joe, is bombarded with regret and remorse until the final pages where he seeks the ultimate redemption. Lo and behold, Albert returns to the story and ties the entire reason for Joe's trip into the past into a perfect, neat and beautiful bow and presented to me for my approval. Approve, I do. My mind was blown.

I really liked this book. I liked how every word had value and was wonderfully cashed in at the very end as beautiful literary treasure.
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I loved this book. I actually do think that reality is a bit like this. This is a book that makes you feel good and it left me thinking about it for days after I finished it. Very well written and thought out. Highly recommend this book.
Era
When I got this book I didn't know what to expect. It was a page turner that's for sure. It makes you think about what death has in store for you. If you read The Shack this book will be just as good
GWEZJ
An Absolutely Wonderful Book! I wish there would be a sequel. I will recommend this book to everyone I know.
Naa
The quality of the writing kept me engaged. Sometimes it's not so much what you say, as how you say it. Savarese has an adroit ability to create mood and characters. "The Opening" borrows from "A Christmas Carol" and "It's a Wonderful Life" in theme and throws in a layer of current metaphysical philosophy. An interesting spirit quest for the modern man.

Dana Taylor
Supernal Living
What a beautiful visual experience this book is! The author has portrayed the experience of transistion exactly as I've always believed it to be. I've read it twice and I know I'll read it again, because I love where it takes me. I hope this is never made into a movie because Hollywood special effects could not hold a candle to what I see in my mind and spirit. Unfortunately, I would still be compelled to watch it After all, I'm still partially human :) Thank you so much!