Published on 22/05/17 in Reviews
Barbara must have been very much in love with Venice, because I know that for many years she has desired to write this book. She visited the city many times in the fall and stayed for long periods in order to internalize all that she describes expertly afterwards, providing the reader with her interesting reflections on the streets, the innumerable bridges and the countless churches, but also a wonderful lesson in History and an eye-catching look at its mysterious and sensual Art. We all know what Venice is for “art lovers”.
Reading her book, it is obvious that she had an exclusive dialogue with the Serenissima, in order for its magic to penetrate inside her and then to be able to narrate her intimate relationship within this dreamy city. I particularly liked the point when she asked Venice not to hide behind its masks, but to throw aside its touristic veils and be revealed to her without any secrets.
Lydia Mastronikolis, President of the Friends of the Cultural Association "Hellenic World"
The e-book MY VENICE, illustrated with colour images, is available on:
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YouTube Book Trailer My VENICE: http://youtu.be/vsXT9aluhfk