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Defining Giulia by Gerry Pelser
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Defining Guilia is a courageous tale of becoming. A visually enchanting story of the gift of what life entails; heart-breaking challenges of discovering young identity, the steely realm of superficial materialism, depth (and shallowness) of character and the lengths they brave, cancerous throes of rotten, stinking revenge, alluring and inflaming passion of attraction, sensual indulgences of discipline in fetish, read by vanilla eyes and a curious heart all enclosed in a couple hundred pages of intrigue that shatter any boundaries of the norm. Yet what stood out for me in neon flashing lights throughout this account of fiction is that this story is the most beautiful depiction of unconditional love, widening my eyes on how real love, broken down through all the bullshit to its purest, most unselfish form, does not in the least discriminate.

This is a story that will widen your horizons if you are valiant enough to confront the darkness of your own demons by adventuring to parts of yourself as well as others that lie beneath the surface of concealed inhibition, that you will unearth when you grab that shovel of interest and just start digging.

Gerry writes with pictorial genius; taking you with him and his characters through a journey that will penetrate your soul, having you question your moral fibre and judgement, toying masterfully with all spectrum of your fragile human emotion, taking you from licentious desire, tender and tumultuous love, deep grief to infuriating madness, leaving you with fragments of your psyche that will never be the same once you turn that final page.

Read the book. You will understand.
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April 1, 2020 – Shelved

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