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  • MEGHNA CHOUDHARY reviewed Make It Stick
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  • sriya reviewed Change Begins With Ourselves
    In my point of view your book methadology is sutiable for writing short stories and articles.
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  • PRATEEK P K reviewed Inbetween possible and impossible
    A must read book👌👌👌
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  • Sayara Simon reviewed Life Simply Moves On
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  • Sayara Simon reviewed Roads- A Journey with Verses
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  • Angelina Middleton reviewed GROWING APART
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  • Vidya M. reviewed The Brownie Studio
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  • Vidya M. reviewed GROWING APART
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  • Sheena Mathews reviewed Dark Creatures A Simple Game
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  • Gisela Sedlmayer reviewed Talon, Encounter
    Sherry Ellis
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    5.0 out of 5 stars A Satisfying Conclusion to the Poacher Saga
    Reviewed in the United States on March 30, 2020
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    Talon, Encounter is the fifth book of the Talon series. In it, we once again meet Matica who is trying to prevent poachers from harming her condor friends, Tamo, Tima, and Talon. Encounter is just what it says: an encounter with Pete and Zed, the dangerous poachers. Throughout the story, Matica and her village people battle the poachers in the hope of finally bringing them to justice.

    There's a lot of action which keeps the reader wondering if the bad guys will ever get caught. This is a good story, recommended for middle-grade readers and older.
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  • Gisela Sedlmayer reviewed Talon, Connected
    Sherry Ellis
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    5.0 out of 5 stars A Good Story that Shows the Importance of Family and Connections
    Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2018
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    Talon Connected is the continuation of the story of a young girl named Matica and her beloved condor friend, Talon. The book recaps the problem of the poachers trying to find and kill Talon and the magical leaf that helped heal Matica's father in the previous instalment. The theme of this book is that everyone and everything is connected. Elcano, the oldest man of the Indian village, makes sure that Matica realizes this. There is not a lot of action in this book, but the message of friendship, loyalty, love, and respect is a beautiful one. This is a story that is appropriate for all ages.
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  • Gisela Sedlmayer reviewed Talon, flight for life
    James Okun
    5.0 out of 5 stars Title: Another Thrilling Drama Adventure with Matica and Talon: An Exciting Read – 5 Stars!!!
    Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2018
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    “Talon Flight for Life” by talented author Gigi Sedlmayer is the third of 5 books in the Talon series. We again meet Matica who is a young girl with a growth disorder living in a primitive Peruvian Indian village. Matica’s father, Crayn, is a teacher in the local native’s school. In the past Talon books, Matica has befriended 2 giant Condors Tima and Tamo and is responsible for saving their offspring, Talon and this in turn has propelled her from an ostracized and teased “little person” that the natives were afraid of to a hero among the entire village.

    Matica now is travelling with her father through the beautiful but dangerous jungle on the way to purchase supplies and tickets for the family to travel to Australia for a vacation.

    On the way they encounter incredible and exotic animals and birds such as Toucans, Spider Monkeys and Piranhas.

    Suddenly Matica’s father is bitten by a poisonous spider which puts his very life in jeopardy and it is up to Matica with the help of her Condors to save his life.

    This is a superb read that was exciting from beginning to end. I highly recommend it to young adult and adult readers alike.

    This is another winner written by Gigi Sedlmayer. Don’t Miss It!!! 5 Stars!!!
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  • Gisela Sedlmayer reviewed Talon, on the Wing
    Karen Ingalls
    5.0 out of 5 stars Imaginative
    Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2020
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    What would it be like to ride on the back of a condor in flight? My imagination soars with anticipation of what it would be like. In this book, Matica is able to do just such a remarkable thing. She gains more confidence and strength, not letting her physical disabilities stop her.
    A wonderful book for all of us to read.
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  • Gisela Sedlmayer reviewed Talon, come fly with me
    Marilyn J. Collier
    5.0 out of 5 stars A magical read.
    Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2020
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    This is definitely a book for the younger reader, but it is a delightful one for anyone of any age if you wish to read about someone overcoming a handicap. Matica is shunned for her diminutive size. The book never tells us. What it does tell us is the wonderful spirit of Matica as she fights to save the egg and then the chick of her beloved condors. You are almost able to feel their feathers and see their emotions. She is even able to introduce the villagers to the antics of the adult condors and gain the respect of those that scorned her. Careful, you may be carried away by the tale just as Matica is.
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