Review – Unconditional and Firebird

I recently had the opportunity to review two new books that accompany the upcoming release of the film “Unconditional“. First up, the novel that shares the same name as the film, Unconditional. If the movie is anything like the book, then we are in for a real treat. A powerful story about 2 primary characters. The story gives a message of hope while not being over the top. It was a fast read and very much pulled me into the lives of the characters.

Next up is Firebird. A very quick read for children, Firebird tells the story of a small bird that always complains in the rain. His mother finally encourages him to rise above the storm to see the sun. The artwork is very well done. My 7 year old paused as I read each page to show me different parts of the pages.

I recommend both books and hope to see the film soon. Here’s a preview of the movie “Unconditional” which is in theaters now.

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3 thoughts on “Review – Unconditional and Firebird

  1. A neutron walks into a bar and orders a drink and asks the bartender how much.

    Everyone else from her starting days are either dead, retired,
    or simply vanished from this green earth. Wonder why the wax DJ that played before you played the same songs you were going to play, because you’re both playing music from a limited choice of records.

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