Thursday, August 8, 2013

Thankful Strother movie - "alone the likes of Forrest Gump"

5.0 out of 5 stars A rewarding path to growth and developmentJuly 24, 2013
This review is from: The Child: Alien in the Delta - Series (Thankful Strother's Memoirs) (Volume 1) (Paperback)
As a novice yet published Author I, although not an avid reader, was intrigued and captivated while reading the original and first release of Alien in the Delta by Thankful Strother. Upon my discovery of the release of his series versions: The Child, The Soldier and The Adult, I felt compelled to write this review/impression of the depiction of the roller-coaster and emotional experiences of someone with the required memories and necessary courage, to literally document many of the experiences and challenges he faced through his early development, growing up as a child in the Mississippi Delta.

Being able to follow the life's path of Thankful to adulthood, I sincerely find the story lines relevant and with enough impact to someday lead to the production of an outstanding movie, along the likes of Forrest Gump, without the noticeable flaws in mental and physical development, but with expanded focus on the contributions ones environments imparts upon the development and understanding of "self".

My hat is off to you. Take a bow! Congratulations on this "Best Selling Effort" and more success and good luck with your future ventures.

Robert's - Bob'ims