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Book Review: Bells Above Greens by David Xavier

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/27581883-bells-above-greens2016 Review of a book written
by an Author whose family name starts with the letter
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

In general, I don’t review any self-published works, even less when they are coming-of-age or Young adult fiction, but the letter X in my alphabet of writers was quite a hard nut to crack – above all because I wanted to read something by a non-Chinese author for a change. So despite me, I seized the opportunity to get myself a free copy of Bells Above Greens by David Xavier, a novel set in the early 1950s surrounding a confused young man who just returned from the Korean War where he lost his older brother as well as much admired role model and only family. Although he has not the slightest idea what to make of his life, he resumes his studies at the University of Notre Dame du Lac in Indiana and soon finds himself torn between two women, namely rebellious as well as shallow Liv and his late brother’s ambitious girlfriend Elle.

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