Book Reviews: System Error - The diary of my reconfigurationcategories: Book, Mature Love, Melbourne, Australia, Computers, Internet Romance, Relationships, Sex, Foreplay, Suspense, Coming of Age
Peter Levyabout this book: "System error: the diary of my reconfiguration" this novel will take you on a journey of mystery, romance and suspense as a man reinvents himself by using another's Facebook identity to resolve the issues surrounding his virginity. If you enjoy reading about sex and foreplay then look no further. I wrote this novel in the form of a diary so that the events leading up to the main character's coming of age could be easily followed and identified with. When one reaches the age of thirty and beyond without having had any sexual encounters with the opposite sex, the nagging thought that he might be gay exists and needs to be explored. It is an on-line sex therapist, however, that offers the more valuable insights and advice on how to fulfill his main desire and bed a woman. Any woman at first. Once experienced it becomes a matter of love and wiser selection. Love, lust and passion explode onto the pages as the deeds are performed. You might learn a thing or two. What do you have to lose? Nothing! What do you have to gain? Legendary status! Read on if you dare ...
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Engaging, amusing - a jolly good readThis romantic mystery hooked me in from the start. With an intriguing central character (the narrator), plenty of twists and turns in the plot, and the well-loved setting of the city of Melbourne, it is a thoroughly engaging story. The author creates a strong picture of the life, both working and private, of his leading man. The gradual changes he makes (his reconfiguration) feel very believable, as do all the characters.The women are well-written, and dialogue is witty, especially with the company computer nerd. Settings are nicely evocative of our city, and the sub-plots of colorful Melbourne characters who our narrator meets are terrific. All in all, a very engaging read. [by Sharon Hurst]
Great Read!System Error -The diary of my reconfiguration by Peter Levy is a compelling mystery. It is well written with an intriguing plot and the characters have been thoughtfully constructed. I couldn't put it down. -Terrific! [by Martin Coleman]
No Error in This SystemI thoroughly enjoyed System Error: The Diary of My Reconfiguration. You are only going to persevere with a book if it grabs your interest initially and you come to care what happens. This book certainly did that. It was fascinating to have all of the main character's private thoughts and realistic highs, lows and insecurities as he negotiates his successes or not with three very different women. And a little mystery is thrown in. He's not perfect, but this makes him more human. I particularly liked the range of colourful characters who help him along the way. He may be a little insecure, but he has a big heart. A reconfiguration, indeed. This book left me with a nice warm smile. [by Sig Anderson]
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