Review

Words can not always get to where your heart comes

Simone Castano

Actor


... much of the credit goes to your writing. A book that I keep repeating, lends itself to the script of a film! Even my compliments to you. I was pleasantly surprised.

Alessandro De Francesco

Writer


Everyone should read "Prelude" thinking it's just a book about vampires would be in for a surprise. Despite being a novel by the fast pace and smooth, that does not disappoint the expectations of fans of the genre, "Prelude" is actually a book that digs deep. As the plot of the novel junctions in Scotland at the end of '800, "Prelude" is more current than what you might think. The talented Lea Valti use the young protagonist William to investigate one of the hidden recesses of the human soul. Bella finally the Scottish twilight setting at the end of the nineteenth century and the plot of the literary plot, in which the author knows how to extricate himself with a sure hand ...

Annarita Borrelli

on Ignorarte


It was a dark and cold night ... "... it was time for a metamorphosis. Young blood on his lips bitten or touched by the misfortunes of the vampires and then a delicate feeling that you love with the beauty and the golden-red smile of a woman; their love captured the grim darkness of a distant tower, full of piles of terrible secrets and hidden tracks; a fate backwards ...

Myriam Pettinato

on Il Gufetto


"A sailing ship in the storm, without a rudder or captain, is what I was ..." The presentation of the debut novel by Lea Valti, PRELUDE, held on 18 June at the Teatro Tor Bella Monaca, it comes from its inception as a journey in journey, an intense journey in the ambiguous path of growth and training of young William Druce, protagonist of the novel, in the nineteenth century Scotland ...

Premio Graffitti Camuni Narrativa

Circumnavigarte


We are dealing with a debut, this is in fact the first novel by Lea Valti. Onset is for sure value. The novel is the story of a vampire, or rather, the path of self-awareness on the part of the protagonist. It's set in 1800 in Scotland, therefore it complies with the classic cliches of the genre. And, I must say, that the style perfectly mirrors the times and the places setting ...

Ciro Pinto


We are dealing with a debut, this is in fact the first novel by Lea Valti. Onset is for sure value. The novel is the story of a vampire, or rather, the path of self-awareness on the part of the protagonist. It's set in 1800 in Scotland, therefore it complies with the classic cliches of the genre. And, I must say, that the style perfectly mirrors the times and the places setting ...

Giuseppe Maiorca

Composer


I finished reading Prelude. I found it fascinating. I've translated in terms of what I think of the life that asks us to express what we have inside; the story of an impossible love, but deep as the night and beyond the concept of time. Outside the box in which we have used social conventions, or the culture itself. William and Wynter are the two faces which occurs when the love started off amid the habits of human beings, so has the need of male and female, that solve its unbearable power. Sometimes, it is capable of binding, to merge irreconcilable worlds, the children of light and darkness, even if the same Nature is opposed, even if you can not reach a solution, to a happy ending. In this sphere comes the regret, nostalgia, maybe even art. Congratulations, Lea. It's a beautiful story, and perhaps each of us is really about is the "in" way to figure out what that asks you to come to light, at the cost of not being able to see the small flame of a candle, because it hurts ...

Stella Caporale

BANSHEE


The novel has caught me, made me move in more than one point ... the way you describe some glimpses of reality so poetic ... I was fascinated. 'When you have the name of someone you can control it. You connect with him and stops being a stranger. [...]. I gave him my name first, so scassinando his confidence and prompting him to put himself in my hands. ' Or '... a light wind breath was enough to melt the snow and let the winter withdrew to the highest peaks where defenses that position for several weeks yet.' Or, the one that made me move instantly: 'The only way to touch his cheeks and his lips were caressing the tip of charcoal and sfumarle with your fingers.'. Well ... I'm glad I found out this way. You have the ability to play the strings of emotion, and imagine the fantastic stories. I can only thank you, because it was a long time since I felt the thrill of kidnap me from a novel. Thank you!