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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Gypsy NoMad Hippie Chick: Homeless In New Hampshire is a work of non-fiction aimed primarily at female audiences and fans of true-life drama, and was penned by author Dana Vilandre. Written for mature readers due to the presence of some explicit language, this intriguing book recounts the experience of homelessness as the opening book in the She Series. Our un-named protagonist takes us through a memoir-style narrative of true events that occurred on her journey, from the wacky and bizarre laugh out loud moments to the more touching realizations in quieter times. The overall narrative is one of wild adventure with room to be creative and explore deeper emotional themes.
Author Dana Vilandre offers a lot in a short space of time with this loaded volume of wacky experiences and life lessons learned. I enjoyed the writing style very much and found it highly engaging, as the author puts us into the mindset of the central figure and narrates around it in a fictional dramatic style. It’s hard sometimes to remember that the events are real occurrences, which makes it all the more incredible to dive into their wacky, surreal qualities. Those who are not usually fans of dry autobiographical writing will be sure to find true life drama here that sweeps them away in a deep and emotive narrative and one which is sure to have you crying one moment and laughing the next. Overall, I would certainly recommend Gypsy NoMad Hippie Chick: Homeless In New Hampshire to readers seeking a wild new work of non-fiction that has to be read to be believed.