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The Man Dance, Leslie M. Rollins

Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Literature & Fiction

THE MAN DANCE is a three-part coming-of-age novel set in 1960s Britain. Leaving his idyllic upbringing in Cornwall, young George barely has time to adjust to London when he’s shipped off to a boarding school. There, he gets caught in a damaging relationship that shatters his confidence, even as his looks and talent for dance attract attention. An alternate personality emerges to help him survive. As a teen, George deceives those closest to him. But when an American couple enters his life, it’s Jill, the lonely housewife, who gets wise to his behavior. While her husband offers George a shot at stardom, Jill becomes his true ally and the one who helps him pursue his dreams. When he lands a part on a TV series, his undealt-with issues threaten to derail his fame—especially when sparked by a figure from his past. George must find a way to save his sanity, his job, and keep the heart of his dearest Jill.

The Man Dance is a sensational book written by the exceptional and talented Leslie M. Rollins and wow what a stellar story! The Man Dance is a book I was keen to read ever since discovering it because I always love to find unique stories to read so when I discovered The Man Dance I thought ‘is this finally the perfect book?!’. Now that I have finished The Man Dance, I can happily write that yes it is book lovers. The Man Dance is one of the most well written and well-developed stories I have ever come across, and I truly mean this The Man Dance is exceptional and should not be missed!

The Man Dance is an excellent book that will introduce the reader to the protagonist of the novel, George. The Man Dance will take the reader back to 1960’s England, and it is here that the journey begins, in the quaint town of Cornwall. However, we won’t be staying with George in Cornwall for long because he and the reader will be thrust into London quickly and it is here that he attends boarding school and learns some hard truths while there. Certain events take place, and it shatters a part of George’s personality, and an almost alter ego comes out, one that could spell trouble. The reader will follow George as his personality changes with each experience gained, and soon he meets a couple who will change his life forever, for better or worse? Read the incredible The Man Dance to find out book lovers!

The story of The Man Dance is a thrilling one thanks to the enthralling moments as well as the unpredictable nature of the book that will have the readers turning the pages with haste from beginning to end. I love books that involve a journey, and the reader has just this in The Man Dance as the reader is taken on an extraordinary journey from start to finish. What I loved most about The Man Dance is that the reader is taken on an adventure that is continuously evolving and changing which in turn kept me hooked from beginning to end.

The Man Dance is a remarkable, fascinating, and addictive read that managed to entertain me for many hours on end thanks to the unique premise of the story as well as the excellent literature courtesy of Rollins. The Man Dance has fast become one of my favorite reads of 2019, and this is because the story is sensational! Very rarely do I discover a book that captivates me as fast as The Man Dance has so the fact that I am so taken with this book shows you, readers, that this book indeed is incredible and not to be missed!

Leslie M. Rollins is an incredibly talented author who clearly knows how to write unique but engaging stories. It was evident to me from the start that Rollins is a passionate writer who surely loves entertaining readers with her literature and putting a smile on readers’ faces. I loved this about the author, but what I loved the most about Rollins writing is her remarkable descriptions because they genuinely amazed me.

Overall The Man Dance is a marvelous, stellar and supreme book that will entertain, delight readers from start to finish and so I, of course, have to award this book five stars! Be sure to have a read of the preview below book lovers; you won’t regret it!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much, I love discussing wonderful books with all of you so please comment below and let me know your thoughts. Do you see yourself reading this book? Do you love the genre? Please let me know your brilliant thoughts below and I will be sure to comment back. Thank you so much again for reading!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

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I read The Man Dance on a recommendation from someone in Leslie Rollins’ writers’ group. This is an excellently written book with characters who are very much alive and colorful. This book handles a delicate topic with care and compassion and keeps the reader riveted to the story all the way to the end. Highly recommended!

Leslie Rollins
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Wow! Thanks for writing in, Jack.

Leslie Rollins
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Thank you, Aimee Ann, for your lovely review. George, and the other characters, have crowded my head for decades. They were overdue to get their own residence! As a reader, I too love to be transported to another time and place. I’ve always been interested in post-war Britain and the ‘Swinging London’ era.

Thank you, Anne, for wanting to buy this book. It comes in Kindle/e-book formats and as a paperback (376 pages). Here is a universal book link that will take you to various stores.
https://books2read.com/themandance

Anne Rembrandt
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Anne Rembrandt

This sounds right up my alley. I love books set in that era and George sounds like an interesting character to know. I believe i’ll Buy this book and I can’t wait to start reading it!

Leslie Rollins
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Thanks for your interest, Anne!

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