Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date: 1st February 2017
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Fiction
Plot: Price Jones is young, handsome, and already spiraling down the drain in a sea of alcohol. He chooses sex as his release, indiscriminate and plentiful, and for that he paid the price in many ways.The young novelist carries the weight of the world on his shoulders and wants nothing more than to be loved and the warmth of a woman’s touch.
After losing his mother to a heroine overdose the Price finds himself in a precarious situation of loving two beautiful women simultaneously. A predicament he must resolve before life gets messier than it already is. Can Price finally learn to respect himself? Will he finally spread his wings and fly? Is Iris the muse he needs to feed his creative and soul-deep need to be his version of a good man? Will she be the wind beneath his wings? Or will it be Benu the woman to sparks the light to his soul? Or will the trauma of his childhood keep Price from accepting love all together? GOD IS A WOMAN is a heartfelt tale of one man’s journey toward self-destruction that could only be halted by one special woman. The story proves how a woman can be the driving force to a man’s personal growth. And how a woman’s God-like nature can provide the substance to a man’s heart and belief.
Review: Firstly, I would like to state that I received an eBook copy of this book in return for a review, however this has not impacted my opinions at all.
When I first heard about this book I found it to be completely different to the books I had previously read and I was intrigued to see what it was about. Once I started I found it difficult to put down as it was such a quick pace and easy book to read.
While reading this book, I was surprised to see such raw emotion and honesty throughout the novel. Price Jones leads such a difficult life and for someone so young he holds a lot of responsibility. This leads him to spiral into a deep depression, living recklessly and not caring about his safety. When an old love comes back into his life, Price faces the decision of changing for the better or losing the people he loves for good.
Michael Tavon’s writing style is different to those I would usually read, he is straight to the point and provides little detail. However, for this novel I believe it worked. Not a lot of detail was needed to describe the life of Price Jones. In fact, I think this writing style added to the book and it allowed the reader to clearly see into Price’s mind.
Overall, the book was very realistic and covered a lot of issues to remain relevant in today’s current society. The book showed the effect a nurturing woman can have on a self-destructive man when he opens up his heart to her. I would definitely be interested in reading more about Price Jones in the future as his character was very complex and interesting.