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In general and ballroom dance in particular would lend to an appreciation of this story but in fact The Winner holds no prereuisites to prove educational enjoyable and engrossingD DonovanSenior ReviewerMidwest Book Review I love to dance and I like ballroom dancing My husband and I even took ballroom dance lessons for a few months when the kids were young just so we could do something together that was fun And it was fun But it was also as strenuous as aerobicsSo I was curious about The Winner and didnt uite know what to expect Im happy to say that I loved reading this book Through its story Ive been submerged in the world of competitive dance and the lives of two couple who were desperately hoping to win the finals both for different reasonsThe story is told through dual narrators that of Nina and Carly two women who went from being teacher and student to rival competitors I want to clarify though that this wasnt a story of women competing against each other but rather two women who found themselves in different circumstances and heading in the same direction but through different journeysNina was the daughter of immigrants and wanted to fulfill her dream of winning in the finals after all her years of dancing and sacrifice Carly was escaping her life in Ohio where she was counted on by her parents to help take care of her brother who was autistic and low functioningBomboys writing is clear and filled with imagery At times staccato and other times graceful pulling you through tense sad joyous and exhilarating mome.
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The Winner A Ballroom Dance NovelNts until the race to the end Telling the story from two points of view was brilliant so that we see the world from two perspectives from two very different women both vulnerable both searching for happiness on and off the floorI enjoyed the portrait of these two very different dancers and how far they would go to attain their version of happiness The story was very much about the world of ballroom dancing but also very strong on characterization plot and motivation The uestion of what it means to win and at what cost is clear as the book reaches its climax The Winner is a well choreographed literary dance to the tune of ambition sacrifice trust betrayal and love Like a dance it transports you into a competitive world where you will become a spectator that will feel a range of emotions I am not surprised but yet impressed that the author who was once a professional ballroom dancer was able to do this so well The Winner is an indie gem and will be counted as one of the best books Ive read this yearLaura FabianiLibrary of Clean ReadsA native of Richmond Virginia Erin Bomboy trained as a classical ballet dancer before spending a decade as a professional competitive ballroom dancer She holds an MFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from New York University Tisch School of the Arts She lives in New York City with her husband and daughter where she works as a writer editor and teacher in the dance field In her free time Erin enjoys bacon books cats and wineShe is the author of The Piece A Contemporary Ballet Novel and.