Review: NO ONE DIES IN THE GARDEN OF SYN by Micheal Seidelman

July 25, 2016, 0 Comments | Comentarios

                             By: Micheal Seidelman 

Synthia (Syn) Wade is a teenage girl who struggles with cystic fibrosis, an incurable life-threatening disease. One day she is pushed into a pond by an unseen figure and wakes up in a new world – a mysterious garden where illness and death don’t exist.

Welcomed by the garden’s residents and now free of her symptoms, Syn decides to stay. But, before long, she realizes that this apparent utopia holds many dangers and dark secrets.

Surrounding the garden is a fog that Syn is warned never to enter. She encounters bizarre creatures that defy reason. And always lurking in the shadows is a masked woman - a woman who may have a connection to the disappearance of Syn’s parents many years ago. A woman whom no one will speak of, but whom everyone fears.

While No One Dies in the Garden of Syn, Syn will soon discover that some fates are worse than death.

Book Review

The Book 'NO ONE DIES IN THE GARDEN OF SYN' (Book One of The Garden of Syn trilogy) surrounds the life of a teenager named Syn short for (Synthia) who suffers from a disease named cystic fibrosis which is a bad disease that creates mucus and gives the person trouble with breathing. Her parents disappeared at a very young age with her disease following up to her and with the wish of possibly knowing what happened to her parents she is pushed out of nowhere into her garden's pond in which she comes to discover a new world. 

Once entering this world 'The Garden' she notices that she is free of the disease and while staying in this location she would be completely healthy. But while staying there she notices something strange and begins to questions things that happen at The Garden. She questions who pushed in the pond? where is she exactly and how can she get home. Also through navigating the garden she comes to see a mysterious woman who wears a mask and whom everyone is scared of and no ones talk about. 

In the notice of the mysterious fogs she believes that if she goes through those fogs she could possibly be able to go back home but then again she does not want to return to the life of a weak sick child. In the process of staying in such a peaceful place, she gets to meet such nice people but not always are those people truly nice. 

The book at first was slow for me because it seemed like the welcoming to the Garden took forever and the discovery of the masked women but, then at the end I understood why the author did it the way he did. The writing format was easy to understand and I loved the way the author described the disease in such a way that you did not have to be a doctor to understand. 

The ending had his twist which left me surprised definitely and I simply can't wait to read the next book in the trilogy. 

Good Job Micheal! :)

P.S Thank You for trusting me in reviewing your book and sending it to me! 
About the Author
Micheal Seidelman starting at a very young age he grew up with a love of reading, watching movies, enjoying nature, and creative writing. With the time that did not change and a couple of years later he followed his love of creative writing and began his journey in creating his first masterpiece which was The Garden of Syn trilogy.

Micheal is currently writing the continuation to the trilogy and has many many ideas to share with the world! He was born in Vancouver, BC Canada where he continues to reside.

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