Jan 17 2014
This review is from: At the End of the Day (Paperback)
In his unique style, Levesko’s novel, At the End of the Day, depicts events that are adventurous, humorous, alluring, noble, and sometimes less than noble, but always human. He creates colorful and believable characters as he takes us on Alex’s journey-his protaganist-to find himself while seeking the meaning of life’s seemingly unanswerable questions. Levesko also succeeds in crafting an intimate and delightful love story that takes place amidst the students’ revolt that clamored for change in Paris, in 1968.