We knew that...(Enhanced Edition) book for iPad
February 11, 2013 in Books
[prMac.com] Palermo, Italy - We knew that... is a novel interactive, i.e., enriched with video, music and images that entertain while reading. The book is introduced by a video that hints at the plot of the novel.
The book tells the story of two girls of Italian origin who after a happy childhood in Borneo, for an outburst decide to leave to settle in Italy.
Arrived in Sicily encounter many difficulties in entering into a very closed society. They manage to find a job and even with a "certain" help a life partner. Have the opportunity to visit some of the beauties of Sicily,as the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, Palermo and Siracusa, but also in Rome with the splendid Vatican city and other monuments and places, Florence with its famous cathedral and its museums and Venice with its gondolas, the Piazza San Marco, the Doge's Palace and its famous small islands. Everything seemed to go well. Then something happens...
In the novel, which can be defined, easy to read and has a happy ending, however, are treated different topics of scientific, philosophical, architectural and cultural heritage.The precise historical reconstructions, the many pictures and videos that are included in this iBook, make it a pleasant read. The plot is fairly simple and readable by all, but the purpose of the novel is to illustrate a philosophy of life. In fact, in the final chapter of the novel are included topics of great interest to lovers of culture.
* Requires iPad with iOS 5.1 or later
* Requires iBooks 3.0
Pricing and Availability:
We Knew That... 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Family & Relationships category.
Luigi Savagnone is a private writer. He writes more for hobby than a profession. Luigi Savagnone publishes books in digital format only. Copyright (C) 2013 Luigi Savagnone. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.