A Version of You


Non-Fiction - Memoir
560 Pages
Reviewed on 02/10/2020
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Author Biography

April Lee Fields is an author, a soulful songstress and a spoken word artist who effortlessly brings the quietude of the written word to life by submerging her audience in the sacred and ancient art of storytelling.
Performing live readings from her self-published works, ‘A Version of You’ & ‘Wild Flower,’ April takes her audience on an epic journey across continents; from small-town America to hippy communes deep in the Australian Outback… From the linoleum suburbs of her hometown in the UK, to overgrown jungle temples deep in the heart of Asia.
April’s original storytelling performances are set against a melodious instrumental backdrop where in which you will often find her seamlessly drifting into an assortment of soulful cover songs that have been carefully paired with each reading, offering her audience a touch of the familiar as well as the foreign.

Alongside of the unique literary detail that pounces from her pages, the surreal visualisations that pour out of her cheeky British mouth, and her soulful songs that are sure to reverberate you to the very core, the unique performance of April Lee Fields is unlike anything that has ever been done before.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite

A Version of You by April Fields is a memoir that beautifully blends travel and adventure and with vivid clarity captures the experiences of a young woman who allows herself to be transformed by the experience of the road and contact with new cultures. It opens with the author ready to move. She is in the UK, and the reader is introduced to her mindset and the maze of things that run through her mind every time she has to start on a new journey. The moment of preparation is crucial. She takes readers with her on an epic journey to Asia with its sacred places, to unique places in the USA and Australia. Readers encounter in April Lee Fields a questing, curious, and inquisitive soul as she travels across continents.

This memoir is rich and while the literal aspect of the story is hugely entertaining, it has deep currents that explore spiritual realities. In A Version of You by April Fields, the author captures her own journey towards self-discovery, her path to personal development. She is excited by the ever-changing landscapes and the realities of cultures she immerses herself in. The author evolves as she faces new challenges, falls in and out of love, and learns to practice the art of letting go. A Version of You is an exciting read that discusses the humanity of the protagonist, her love for travel and adventure, and her personal growth. This is one of those books that will inspire readers to pursue the things they love. It is deftly written.