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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Emily Walsh

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By: Gaia B. Amman
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman was an exciting, original, engaging read that had me hooked form start to finish.

Not my first read from this author on n this series, so when this book came out, I snatched it up in a heartbeat! Detailed and pulling, this book has all the charm of the others in this series. Right away I fall back into the love I have for the MC, the quirkiness, the sass, the bluntness, and just the way the MC present herself, is outstandingly amazing. I love the look into what it was like to move to another county, and another culture, and see it through the MC’s eyes, and what she went through. It in itself was an eye opener, and I got to really see how strong she was. The ups, downs, the new connections and the job, I couldn’t get enough of this book. If you haven’t read the other books, no worries, there is enough in here, in regards to background that you won’t feel too lost, and as there is a new setting, and side characters, you don’t feel like you’re missing much. But I do I do suggest reading the other books, as they are amazing and just as intriguing.

Overall this book is truly a one of a kind read, that gets my super high recommendation, and my stamp of approval.

Happy reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Kerry Baker

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Immigrant: An Italian in America by Gaia B. Amman is the seventh book in the Italian Saga, book 1 in the new spin off series. This is a series that follows the same character throughout her life. While I would recommend reading this series in order so you get the full character development it isn’t required – I haven’t read them in order and have enjoyed the ones I’ve read so far.
This book was a great addition. Leda is a fascinating character to get to know, especially in this book with the complete change of scenery. The author wrote the story perfectly. It really felt like you were there with Leda for her whole journey. You got to experience everything as she did.
I am looking forward to see what else this new chapter has to offer.

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Erica Fish

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Immigrant: An Italian In America Gaia B Amman is a great book to get your love for the USA again. Gaia Amman is an amazing storyteller. She describes every in great detail. It makes it so if you have not seen the country where the story takes place, you will be able to see it in your mind’s eye. Leda is the Italian immigrant that wants to travel for one year in America because she is unsure of what she is looking for her life’s direction. It is through Leda’s eyes we see our beautiful country. I highly recommend you read this book to get your love for USA again

The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Candida Hopper

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga)
by GB Amman

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Having read other books in this series I had high expectations and they were met with every turning page. You can read this story without having read other stories in this series, but it’s my advice to read the other books because they are exceptional. The author does an amazing job bringing you into the story with vivid detail. This story take us on a journey with Leda when she travels to America for a year and we experience obstacles that come with being an immigrant. There were things that I probably would have never thought of being a challenge had I not read this story, it definitely gave me a better understanding and new perspective that I wouldn’t have otherwise known since I haven’t traveled away from this country at any length. I loved that I got so have small moments with some of the characters from the other books and also meeting new ones. I highly recommend this book and this author.

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by MAURA HARPER

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the seventh book in “The Italian Saga” which is a series of “coming of age” books. While you can read THE IMMIGRANT as a stand-alone, there are references to characters we’ve previously met. If this is the first book you are reading by this author, I imagine you will want to go back to the beginning to see how we ended up here.

The author is extremely detailed in her writing and at times I find it hard to stay focused on what the point is. Other times, reading this “journal” is so visual, it is like being next to the main character as she walks through her new challenges.

This is a series that I would recommend.

Review by @mauraharper

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Sara Oxton

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Immigrant by GB Amman a four-star read that will make you see stars and stripes. This series is confusing me, but it could be as I haven’t read it in order, this is the first novel in the Woman Scientist novels, but number seven in the Italian Saga, its set up in chunks and each tell a different part of the whole story/saga. Leda is brave, but she is also annoying at times, she is brave as she leaves everything she knows behind for a year, but stupid as she leaves what she loves. This whole saga has a way of sucking you in and making everything grow on you like a moss.

Review by @saraoxo

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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The Immigrant follows main character Ledah as she begins her latest journey on American soil. This novel can be read as a standalone but many characters mentioned are in other books featured in the Italian Saga series. I love Ledah’s character as she attempts to embrace all the crazy American ways. The way she went about entering the country though and all the hoops she had to go through had me stressed reading it. I couldn’t imagine doing that myself. I admire how independent and intelligent she is. This novel was an excellent read and I highly recommend it.

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Tracy Wilkin

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Immigrant: An Italian in America (Woman Scientist Novel) is book one in The Italian Saga by Gaia B. Amman. Such a clever author who adds excitement, adventure and edginess to every story written. Reading a story by this author is like a lucky dip. You are never sure of what to expect, but you know it will be a thrill.

The journey continues for Leda. She is bound for America, on a quest for a cure. But as per usual, things change, and Leda is swept up in adventure, competitiveness and the unknown. This story continues from Leda’s childhood, where readers witnessed her grow and tackle each new challenge with sass, enthusiasm and awe. This story was the ultimate escape and one I thoroughly recommend. 4 stars.

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Katie Matthews

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

I really enjoyed this story! This isn’t the first book that I have read by this author so I knew that I liked her writing style and I was really looking forward to reading it. It didn’t take me long to fall into reading the story and I was carried along easily with Leda and her story. It was really interesting seeing this kind of adventure through her eyes and I really felt like I was there with her at times. I really liked Leda and found her to be a really likeable character, her adventure really was a great one to follow, I loved that it felt so real and almost as if I was reading someone’s diary/journal in parts. A really great story that I thoroughly enjoyed and would absolutely recommend! I look forward to more from Ms Amman again in the future!

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman
The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman is a wonderfully written Book that will hook you from the beginning and doesn’t let go till the last page. I had to know what happens next. I do recommend reading the other books in this series .Leda has taken a job in the U.S. and is leaving everything behind for a year.When she arrives in the US she finds everything is different and she has to adjust to her surroundings. There were moments . I loved her determination. Find out what happens next on Leda’s journey, you won’t be disappointed I know I wasn’t. I highly recommend reading this book and series. I look forward to reading more from this Author.

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