Top critical review
I would be grateful for a refund.
Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2019
Certainly the worst self improvement title I’ve come across. It’s 28 days of being thankful for things that haven’t happened yet and the universe will sense this and then align itself to hand you money and things, effort free! Every single chapter consists of the author making up nonsense, loosely attributing it to famous personas of the past, and then speaking with divine authority as though they are backing her. It’s no coincidence she chose all dead people who can’t defend the intent of their message. Anyway, If you are into astrology and psychic reading stuff, this will be right up your alley. If not, think of things you’re grateful for before bed and when you wake up, and save yourself the experience of this woman’s baseless and pretentious writings.