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TWO reviewed by Readers' Favorite Press Release


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Author's new book receives a warm literary welcome!


Readers' Favorite announces the review of the Young Adult - Coming of Age book Two by Nathan Nicolau, currently available at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0CTFSDRHH.

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Reviewed By Nino Lobiladze for Readers' Favorite:


"Two by Nathan Nicolau is a riveting coming-of-age novel for young adult fans of drama and mystery. Howl studies business administration at UNCC. He loves to read in Charlotte's Romare Bearden Park. There, he notices a weird girl passionately speaking to a statue in Italian. Deeply impressed, Howl decides to talk to her. The girl, named Ella, explains that she has recited an excerpt from an opera, but she doesn't know what it means in English. Howl wants to learn more about the mysterious opera. He suspects that there is more to it. Soon, it becomes clear that they both hide secrets that cast shadows over their young lives. A fateful day spent together opens up opportunities for an unexpected friendship. In Two, Nathan Nicolau analyzes the true meaning of friendship and our constant longing to be heard and accepted despite our flaws and past mistakes. The author's innovative approach toward narrative makes the book almost interactive. Ella and Howl are skillfully developed characters. Nicolau gives them clear voices that we cannot ignore. Ella's story will resonate with many readers and evoke strong emotions. Nicolau's prose is deeply psychological. Ella's reflections on art and artists are profound and witty. The bright-minded Howl has a puzzling, complex personality. The author explores the roots of creativity and engages us with insights into the lives of famous artists and composers. The narrative also addresses the topics of guilt and grief. I appreciated Nina Tungjairob's beautiful artwork and the revealing conclusion of this fascinating novel."


You can learn more about Nathan Nicolau and Two at https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/two, where you can read reviews and the author’s biography, as well as connect with the author directly or through their website and social media pages.


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