This is what some of our Reflections readers told us about the book:
It was an absolute pleasure reading this book – I read it 3 times and each time I enjoyed it immensely. I almost feel like you have to read it more than once to truly receive the full benefit of its messages.
The book takes you on a journey with its main character but as you read it, you begin to feel that she is you. She meets this “Friend” but you wonder, is he a person, a pretend friend, a guide, her conscience, her god or her soul? Whoever he is – he has so much to offer.
Sometimes he is irritating and confronting, sometimes he is comforting; but either way he completes her in some way – we can all relate to this.
It’s a book that makes you ask yourself some difficult questions but also helps you discover some truths about yourself that perhaps you didn’t look for before.
When I reached the end I felt happy, healthy and whole. I felt I had a confidence that I didn’t allow myself before and I felt I had the strength to face the world regardless of difficulties.
It’s a book that turns you inside out – sends you around and around but ultimately lifts you up to higher than you’ve ever been before.
It’s a must read for EVERYONE!
Tina Riveros, Grad Dip Ed (Sec), PhD in Counselling
Ronit’s articulation of the deeper desires and longings of our hearts is powerful and leads the reader on an insightful journey that is rewarding and gratifying. She is a master of allegory, shedding light onto the elusive mysteries of our lives. Reflections is a delightful read that captures the imagination and compels us to look at our own lives and question some long held beliefs and discover new ones.
Ronit artfully enables the reader to relate to both of the major characters in turn, thereby, opening up our minds and hearts to countless possibilities. The line between fact and fiction becomes blurred as the story unfolds and the reader is transported to scenarios all over the world that feel as though they fit like a glove.
A poignant and delightful read!
Carol Grainger, Editor