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Nana: The Four Crystals

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A book by Guillermo Romano

Serge is a self made man with an intense curiosity and thriving ambition. Desperate for his own sense of meaning, he finds himself in a time of economic downturn, and overwhelming daily challenges. Burdened with the struggles of life he finds himself … see full wiki

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Author: Guillermo Romano
Publisher: CreateSpace
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  • May 6, 2011
Serge still wasn't over Stephanie. It had been six years since she had passed and Serge's life was a virtual sinkhole. Every time he made a step forward, the ground below him would quickly crumble to dust. Alone and unemployed Serge waited for some small beam of light of hope to guide him towards something, whatever that something might be .

Then, as sometimes happens, destiny stepped in. At Serge's lowest point, finds a job, people to care for, and a new life. But that isn't the end. In Belize, where Serge and Stephanie spent a good deal of time, Serge finds that something.

Nana: The Four Crystals is a bit of a mixed genre. The first half of the book is a contemporary novel. We learn about Serge and follow him through dealing with his grief. Then, in the second half of the book we meet Nana and learn of the quest that is given Serge. While I enjoyed both stories, I found that intermeshed as such much of the first half of the book could have been condensed, been illustrated by actions while on the quest, or simply left out as it didn't add much depth to the actual adventure that would occur.

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