Which Book To Read First By M.L.Kilian

I’ve been asked this question a lot lately, when discussions about my books come about. It got me thinking that I needed to include the answer in my blog, to make sure it’s public knowledge.  I suggest that you read Piazza Navona, part I first. The book sets the tone for part IINob Hill. Without reading part I, it can be difficult to follow the story in part II. However, if you wish to read part II first, I ask that you at least read the entire book, as bits and pieces of part I are detailed within the pages, helping to complete the story.


Here’s what’s being said about the book:

Anne-Marie Reynolds for Reader’s Favorite – 5 star ratingPiazza Navona had me laughing, crying, and cringing – not at the book itself but at some of the things that happened. Knowing how hard it is to get a first novel off the ground, I applaud M.L. Kilian for succeeding with this one. The characters fit the story line a treat and everything blends together in a mix of romance, sadness, and laughter, a real uplifting voyage of discovery. I can’t wait for part 2!

Ray Simmons for Reader’s Favorite – 5 star ratingM.L. Kilian has painted an emotional and accurate picture of an American woman dealing with the sudden realization that the safe, secure, comfortable marriage that is the center of her life is over.Piazza Navona is well written and paints a very realistic portrait of one version of the modern American family.
M.L. Kilian has crafted a poignant and very satisfying story here.

Lit Amri for Reader’s Favorite – 5 star ratingIt is about ordinary people, with ordinary life’s ups and downs, but Piazza Navona is a fascinating read that rivals any action-packed, sci-fi or horror novels that have grander plots. Simply put, M.L. Kilian’s novel is utterly engaging and readers will not want to miss the second part of the story.

Goodreads reviews For Piazza Navona
Reviews from Goodreads.com

book review 2

rose's review




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