"TITLE: MANY LOVERS BOOK 4267 VOLUME 1

AUTHOR: HARRIET GORE

PUBLISHERS: TOUCH LOVE WORLDWIDE LIMITED

PLACE OF PUBLICATION: UNITED KINGDOM

NUMBER OF PAGES: 115

YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2015

 Review by: Sam Ofodile


 If you do not breathe through writing, if you do not cry out in writing or sing in writing; then don’t write, because our culture has no use for it. Nobody said it better than Anais Nin.

The author, Harriet Gore, a citizen of the world and of LOVE in this work has displayed a certain and uncommon mastery with the pen and words. She has carefully cooked an atmosphere where every word is turned gold; she takes us on a journey of revelation and discovery.

You see, a lot of people are expectant of something worthwhile without searching to know that which will forge it into manifestation so they relapse to a that state of mind that is most often a lie. What’s the world’s greatest lie? It’s this: that at a certain point of our lives we lose control of what’s happening to us and our lives become controlled by fate. That’s a lie right there; it’s all in the way you perceive things and the way you see yourself. The author took us there all by herself.


 For MANY LOVERS firstly, I love the diction, so smooth and zesty like reading from the margins of paradise – the memoirs of angels. Starting off the work with a huge irony, THE LONGEST BOOK, I’ll love to say there was art in that creation as the longest book stood all alone with no neighbouring words. Undoubtedly, the theme is LOVE in all its wonderful forms; she tries to depict this in MY MOTHER IS JUST LIKE THAT, I was blown to wonders when I read through her thoughts; showing the bond between man and his creator, mother and child, positivity and beauty in all and everything. She opens up the inexhaustible attributes of the creator – a wellspring of love and grace, strength and power, elegance of beauty and who else could give better love than a woman? Justice was served here.


The book is peppered with romanticism which is the key to get in the zone with the work you have to be a helpless romantic; she painted picturesque effortlessly, I say you need the ability to see the audible and hear the visible to get in there. If you do not or have never subscribed to love and loveliness I doubt if the book was meant for you. She uses the romantic atmosphere she cooked up to relay to the world what it has got on its list; lack of food, water, health amenities, but then it highlighted one very important one which I doubt this world knows it suffers from – lack of love, a deficiency that’s eating her up like fire consuming a congregation of dry straws. Oh yes, believe me when I say she brought it home on this one. The world has gotten so advanced that it forgets that love is the only thing holding this globe and I am sorry to say it grows thin by the second. In this work there’s a cry out through every means. See songs and the seedling stories.


The second edifice in the history of mankind is change, change remains the largest room, it never grows old but the undisputed first is LOVE, but has guidelines see how she straightens this out for us; she creates a huge house (LOVE) with a small entrance. Entrance so small that you’d have to kneel to get in; she cracks a nut in a nutshell through that singular depiction that says LOVE is humble as it is pure without blemish and it can’t be accessed whilst standing with malicious pride. She lays up a plasma screen where we cannot only watch but participate in the rhythmic beauty play of LOVE through nature and words. We have allowed hatred, war and death to permeate our very existence, but if only the generations would stop for a second to think who’s losing out on the race. LOVE is the cure to all the world’s diseases.


If we cannot tap into the metaphysical, we may never be able to understand its entrails; the movement of clouds amidst whistling breezes, dancing trees and wondrous, unending acrobatic aeronautics of birds over the seas and streams; beneath the smiling gazes of the shimmering glorious light playing on mirrored waters. We pay less attention to these thus; miss out on the truth about beauty plus peace of mind. MANY LOVERS to me is a weaving together of webbed words, it is amazing; every book is interrelated to the other. When I say the author has a unique style of writing, please believe it because I am blown away like beautiful confetti.


To conclude this, I wouldn’t be doing justice if I fail to mention that MANY LOVERS is a book wrapped in mysticism and to me it isn’t just a book no, it is a sacred sanctuary for those who have opened themselves to allow the winds of love touch them. It is a book for the generations now and those to come, but I can’t seem to stop loving the author’s state of mind I doubt if anyone void of love could live in it; its beauty is beyond words. She artistically patterned its structure in layers like an onion, as one peels off one layer you meet yet another one; explains why I called it WEBBED, (They're chained together) each mystery unfurled leads you to the next, but each are connected to same server – LOVE.


The mysticism started with the BIRTH AND LIFE OF AN IDEA where an idea was examined critically. Don’t forget the book seeks to unlock the dreadlocks of misconception; it seeks to lighten the abyss of our understanding; it examines if the human race in fact a character in the life of an idea. Goodness gracious!


For me, the author dunked it real hard right there, she didn’t stop there; she in HOW DO I LOOK? allowed everyone to come into the act with everyone holding onto his/her POVs; whatever you may think you are, even if unwritten and unsaid, you played a role in this awesome work obliviously now that’s one brilliant twisting there because of a truth people see what they want to see, and most times they see very demeaning things round and about themselves instead of the innate beauty the father has bestowed upon each soul.


It's a book that cries out into the wilderness of the mind, whoever will listen carefully, will hear the scintillating sound of peace and harmony calling with love. Will you pick the call? It's up to you. Indeed it is the book of abilities as it hints on what needs be done before things get totally out of hand.


Let it be recorded that I am a witness to the creation of a book that will live forever, home is where the art is; I prefer to say ART instead of heart, she brought it home.


Thank you so much for the opportunity. Blessings upon you."

Sam-Richards S.A. Ofodile


  

"I must say, this book when I was asked by a friend what I was writing, what kind of book it is, I told him that for me, to know and you to find out. Haha! I told him it’s best defined by anyone who touches it.

One needs to be spiritual to know your lines. I was blown from your: ”Something in the dark called and I called upon my camera, what it saw is what you see” that made me sit down properly.

It reminded me of the works of Gibran Khalil BROKEN WINGS and THE PROPHET. Deep words yet simple diction. Congratulations on this."

Sam-Richards S.A. Ofodile

 For MANY LOVERS firstly, I love the diction, so smooth and zesty like reading from the margins of paradise – the memoirs of angels. Starting off the work with a huge irony, THE LONGEST BOOK, I’ll love to say there was art in that creation as the longest book stood all alone with no neighbouring words. Undoubtedly, the theme is LOVE in all its wonderful forms; she tries to depict this in MY MOTHER IS JUST LIKE THAT, I was blown to wonders when I read through her thoughts; showing the bond between man and his creator, mother and child, positivity and beauty in all and everything. She opens up the inexhaustible attributes of the creator – a wellspring of love and grace, strength and power, elegance of beauty and who else could give better love than a woman? Justice was served here.

The book is peppered with romanticism which is the key to get in the zone with the work you have to be a helpless romantic; she painted picturesque effortlessly, I say you need the ability to see the audible and hear the visible to get in there. If you do not or have never subscribed to love and loveliness I doubt if the book was meant for you. She uses the romantic atmosphere she cooked up to relay to the world what it has got on its list; lack of food, water, health amenities, but then it highlighted one very important one which I doubt this world knows it suffers from – lack of love, a deficiency that’s eating her up like fire consuming a congregation of dry straws. Oh yes, believe me when I say she brought it home on this one. The world has gotten so advanced that it forgets that love is the only thing holding this globe and I am sorry to say it grows thin by the second. In this work there’s a cry out through every means. See songs and the seedling stories.

The second edifice in the history of mankind is change, change remains the largest room, it never grows old but the undisputed first is LOVE, but has guidelines see how she straightens this out for us; she creates a huge house (LOVE) with a small entrance. Entrance so small that you’d have to kneel to get in; she cracks a nut in a nutshell through that singular depiction that says LOVE is humble as it is pure without blemish and it can’t be accessed whilst standing with malicious pride. She lays up a plasma screen where we cannot only watch but participate in the rhythmic beauty play of LOVE through nature and words. We have allowed hatred, war and death to …read more