Robert Segarra Message Board
Angela posts on 9/9/2012 8:59:32 PM
I totally agree with Zoey, and I think we should start a letter writing campaign to get Still waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra put on the air as a Tv show. I think it would be amazing and unlike anything else on today. It would be like The Andy Griffth Show meets Twin Peaks. How amazing would that be?
Zoey posts on 9/9/2012 8:55:21 PM
I totally believe that Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra would make an excellent cable tv show. It has all the quirky characters and odd situations that most successful shows today have, and I think it would be a hit.
Mary Lou posts on 9/8/2012 5:52:27 PM
Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra is a perfect example of how contemporary writers can write a story if they really wanted to. I was thinking that something had changed with regard to how writers were born and trained today, but this author proved my theory wrong. There still are great storytellers out there. They're just a little harder to find.
Stacy posts on 9/7/2012 6:53:04 PM
Are you kidding me? I loved Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra from the second I received the book as a gift. I had been reluctant to read it because I don't usually prefer romance novels, but upon seeing the cover I knew this was no ordinary book. Usually these books come with some Fabio impersonator on the cover riding a white horse with a girl in his arms. The cover for Still Waiting For The Sun was nothing like this. It just had the sun breaking through the clouds. It was enough to show me that this book was different, and it was. I loved it.
Monica posts on 9/7/2012 6:47:22 PM
Love stories are always bittersweet, though satisfying to read about, and Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra certainly didn't let me down. It felt more real reading this story than some of the things I hear from friends, mainly because this was a complete tale - and many of my friend's relationships seem so up in the air sometimes. There isn't always closure in real life. But in this story there was - for the most part anyway.
Maria Elena posts on 9/6/2012 7:24:47 PM
Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra was one of the greatest love stories I have ever read. It reminded me of the stories of great South American authors of the magic realism genre, though in only a very general sense of the term. This author definitely bent the borders, if he didn't break them altogether.
Allison posts on 9/6/2012 7:20:05 PM
Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra made me laugh and made me cry. It made me sad and it inspired me to be better and to expect more from a book or story that interests me. It was so many things to me on so many different levels, and I think that is a great gift to get from a novel.
Taylor posts on 9/5/2012 5:58:22 PM
Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra has got to be one of the best books I've read in a really long time. It felt refreshing for me to read something where the characters and plotlines were not tired and predictable - with every turn of the page, I knew something new and unusual and entertaining was waiting there for me. And that's not something that comes along every day...
Tara posts on 9/5/2012 4:00:37 PM
I'm a librarian, and we also have our own separate book reading club, and this book, Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra was far and away the most entertaining on so many levels. I miss those days when we were reading this one. Maybe this autumn, as hurricane season barrels down upon us again, we will re-read it?
Miriam posts on 9/4/2012 5:11:45 PM
I work at a state trooper's office in Brunswick, and we had a similar thing with Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra. Not alot of books come by that will move so many, but this novel had so much emotion tied up in the writing that we couldn't help but get involved. It's an awesome book. We highly recommend it.
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