‘DEAD BY TEXT’ – A novel by Natasha Lukin
In this modern age of social media and virtual reality, many may not find the time or inclination to follow through with a gripping novel. With my involvement mainly in the areas of art, architecture and music, it was refreshing to engage in Natasha Lukin’s latest book ‘Dead by Text’. With vivid characterization of the main characters, namely Jonathan (a successful lawyer with a young family) and Rose (a stunning lady of Creole background – passionate and romantic with flair for dancing and singing).
As the on-line affair develops via text messages between the couple, the exploration of cultural differences is insightful and enthralling, leading to early complications. The lustful reality is certainly driven by passion and sex, making our older generation turn back the clocks, but expressed thrillingly differently! Of course as the passion builds, it exposes various motives, weaknesses and suspense, with the injection of other characters (including Jason – Rose’s half brother), evolving questions of what everyone wants out of life. The truth is that the book is compulsive reading with large text and short enough to make an impact with thought provoking psychological power. Well done Natasha!!
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please stay tuned as Natasha will be publishing some fascinating material soon about online dating and what to expect and what stay away from.
With Natasha's work on Moscow TV, marketing and advertising, running her own lifestyle magazine in Melbourne, psychology degree, NLP dimploma and being a health adviser for a number of years this book came aa a big surprise for everyone.who knows her... But I believe sometimes you need to go with the flow and if the book "calles you" to write it you just simply do... Certainly lots of surprises from the people we know...