Jessie's Song

Jessie s Song A kidnapping A hour deadline A shocking ransom demand Markos Adams is famous but not for his flashy guitar chops leading man good looks or homemade baklava After a heavily publicized suicide atte

  • Title: Jessie's Song
  • Author: Eleni Papanou
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • A kidnapping A 24 hour deadline A shocking ransom demand.Markos Adams is famous, but not for his flashy guitar chops, leading man good looks or homemade baklava After a heavily publicized suicide attempt, he tries to get his life and mind back in order The morning after his return to the stage, Markos s worst nightmare is realized when his daughter, Jessie, is abductedA kidnapping A 24 hour deadline A shocking ransom demand.Markos Adams is famous, but not for his flashy guitar chops, leading man good looks or homemade baklava After a heavily publicized suicide attempt, he tries to get his life and mind back in order The morning after his return to the stage, Markos s worst nightmare is realized when his daughter, Jessie, is abducted The kidnapper contacts him with the terms of the ransom Markos must identify who he is in twenty four hours If he fails, he must commit suicide Markos races against the clock to unmask the kidnapper and starts to question his sanity when he experiences visions of Jessie singing to him Is Markos slowly descending into madness, or is he the victim of a sadistic criminal act that will force him to face his biggest fearat he ll die before seeing his precious daughter again Jessie s Song is a gripping suspense novel that shows how far a father will go to save his only child and how love and forgiveness are the key to saving Jessie and himself This book falls under the genre of visionary fiction and was written for the reader who appreciates books with a spiritually uplifting theme, minus the dogma Librarian s Note Alternate cover editioneBook ISBN 978 0 9889252 0 5Paperback ISBN 13 978 0 615 75080 4

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    1. Jessie’s Song is the second work by Ms. Papanou that I have read and reviewed, the first being Unison (The Spheral Book I) . While the subject matter of the two is radically different, the rapid pace and startling imagination remain distinctive, causing me to be curious about the effect of that “spontaneous kundalini awakening” mentioned in her biography. As exotic as her settings are, she makes the reader feel that she has been there and is writing from actual experience. Jessie’s Song, [...]

    2. Kidnapping drama which takes a turn to a spiritual journey. Not really a mystery (few suspects) but if you have an open mind the suspense about just who kidnapped the child, Jessie, and exactly what happened lasts until the end. I was frustrated that the first-person perspective meant that the reader (like the protagonist) couldn't see more than one side to some characters. The narrative could have switched perspective to another character potentially making each rounded, but readers may be reli [...]

    3. This book was amazing and beautiful. It's about a musician named Markos whose daughter, Jessie, has been abducted. The ransom is a bit unusual, though: he has to identify the kidnapper within twenty-four hours or commit suicide, as he'd attempted before. It's a race against time as Markos and his ex-wife and a few friends try to figure out exactly who the kidnapper is and what he actually wants. Also, Markos begins seeing haunting visions of Jessie singing to him, leading him to think he's losin [...]

    4. This was one powerful read, if you clear your mind and sit down without any distractions it will give you a sense of overwhelming self motivation. It brought me to a higher level of consciousness and reawakened my being. I highly recommend this book and all of this author's material. Rest assured you will not be disappointed you did. I hope you all come out with such a valuable positive experienceas I have.

    5. 3.5 starsI am so mixed up on this book! For me the real interest in the book picked up in Part III of the book (I think it was divided into parts? I might be making that up. Needless to say, I am referencing the last third). I think most people will probably be really into the first 2/3rds and the ending might really throw them for a loop, so I will say that I think what I liked about this book will be coming from a minority opinion.Have any of you watched The Waking Life? It's one of the most t [...]

    6. Soft, Slow and So SweetJessie's Song is a book that could only have been written about a jazz player. There's nothing but music that has the same way of capturing one side of someone's soul, lingering there and harmonizing with all our own memories of days like that, before swinging on to play off something very different and what that in turn means.For its first half especially, the book's way of shifting between Markos's crisis today, his dramas in the past, and the quieter formative moments b [...]

    7. The author asked me if I would’ve been interested to do a review for Jesse’s song. As you can see by the book synopsis, it’s enticing and by the literary awards, it’s good.Here are my thoughts on Jesse’s song.First, I loved this book. You can tell the author has a huge love for Jazz. It had such an interesting plot, and what I liked about it the most was the fact that you kept guessing and wondering who the kidnapper was.I’ve cried in this book and the way Markos had to face skeleton [...]

    8. From the chapter titles --"Smoke and Stardust," "What a Little Bullet Can do," "What a Difference My Death Makes" -- and the music stanzas below -- "Close your eyes and dream a dream" "Where no one ever has to sleep" "Trust in me and follow along" -- to the hauntingly beautiful prose, multitalented Eleni Papanou drew me into her visionary story about love and loss and renewal,which was a pleasure to read. I actually heard music behind the action and dialogue and wondered how Eleni did it. Here's [...]

    9. At first, I liked the mystery tied up to this story. With the main character, Markos, running out of time, he is pushed to the edge of desperation, in need of finding his daughter and her kidnapper. But then, as the story progresses, it gets weird and boring. The sense of mystery and suspense is completely gone and was alternated by something spiritual, which for me, seemed out of place. It looked like the later part of the book was added in order to make a great impact to the readers, but it la [...]

    10. I was given an advanced copy of this book from Netgalley to review and provide my honest opinion. Firstly, not beeing a jazz fan or having any real knowledge of it did not take away from the experience of this book. It was beautifully written, and quite captivating. And ! actually loved how jazz was the thread that pulled so many aspects of the story and the book itself togethe. I loved how the book was allocated to 'Sets' which depicted the three stages of Marcos Adamidis life and death. His st [...]

    11. Definitely one of those books you have to read while fully awake and without all of life's distractions vying for your attention. The story is endearing and the plot moves along nicely but the writing is overly complex, needlessly so. The speech didn't feel natural and I doubt anyone actually speaks this way. However, if you pay attention you just might love the book. I was generous in giving this four stars instead of three simply because the story is actually really good.

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