Abella Danger Dp by Julia Cameron – Book Review
There are many things to like about Abella Danger Dp by Julia Cameron, including the fact that it is written in first person. The book tells you what it is you should do while you are alone in a strange unfamiliar town or apartment. Julia Cameron knows the importance of having a personal agenda in your work, but this book also has some other great things to offer and you will enjoy them as well.
Abella Danger Dp is set in a fictional town in Australia called Trenchtown. The residents live in a tower block that is connected to underground tunnels that lead to an old mine where they mine gold. The people that work there do not want the mine to be finished because it is too large and they make money by selling gold dust to tourists. It is only natural that a bored tourist would want to go explore and this is what Abella Danger Dp is all about.
There are two kinds of Abella Danger DPs that are set in different parts of the world. One has two female characters that live in a tower block in Australia and the other one has three female characters that live in New Zealand. These three Abella Danger DPs has different lives and you will get to see that in every book. Each of them has different goals and in the end, you get to see that they all succeed.
Julia Cameron knows how important being original can be when writing a book and she has done that in Abella Danger Dp. When she has been asked how she got started, she says that the best thing she ever learned was not to try and copy someone else’s work. She has a very unique way of presenting information and making you think about something, and this helps her readers to see a different side of the story and to see why she wrote the novel that she wrote.
The three women living in Abella Danger Dp are a lesbian couple. Their relationship is a bit more complex than just being in love with each other. They have a secret that they do not want anyone else to know about and that makes their relationship even more interesting. They have been married for years and their children have grown up, but they still do not speak to each other.
Abella Danger Dp is a great read and it has so many things to offer. I would recommend it to anybody that has an interest in women’s fiction.