When a limb-different girl discovers that her dream in life is to become a ballerina, she asks for dance lessons. But will she manage to perform like the other girls, when her augmentations do not allow her to do the ballet positions, when the other girls avoid her, and when the teachings do not fit her particular differences?
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- Tina Gundy
On Pointe All Day Long (God Complex Universe) by George Saoulidis and narrated by Steve White gives ballet a new breathe of life. Recommend if you’re looking for a new short story or a story with heart.
Natalia is different from the other ballet dancers, will this difference continue to cause problems for her or will the help of a prosthetic technician change her life forever?
“Natalia knew first hand how life threw curve balls at you.”
The narrator, Steve White, did great with this one. Enjoyable voices, steady pace.
*I was given a free review copy of the audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you for allowing me to listen and review the book!
- Mary Karowski
Great message told in a great way
This is a wonderful quick listen that has a great message wrapped up in very cute and heart wrenching little short story. Take a little girl whose dream is to be a ballerina...challenge, no feet just prosthetics. The message rolled up inside this enchanting little tale is along the lines of don’t try and change who you are to fit the mold of societal norms. Adapt the activity to conform to what you can do and be the best you can be.