Sunday, May 19, 2024
Book Reviews Fiction

Book Review: Different Worlds

Photograph by Szilárd Szabó

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

DIFFERENT WORLDS by Douglas Warren Is a graphic novel of two identical twins separated at birth by their evil grandmother.

The storyteller is the doctor that brought them into this world, and the book is basically the life of the twins through his way of thinking.

The writing is simple and easy to understand. I wish there were a little bit more suspense. I found it a bit revealing and safe reading most of the times.

The book offers a plethora of information about alcoholic and drug abuse and also how the system deals with drugs and addiction.

The AA meetings and the recovery process is mentioned a lot in the book and is a sign that the author supports this kind of treatment.

It is a mellow book, and it has a good ending. Highly recommended if you want to read a book that will make you feel at the end.

Andreas Michaelides

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