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Not quite what I was after
Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2020
I really wanted to like this book, but I finished it with not too much more clarity than I finished the first chapter with. In essence it’s about staying true to yourself and living in real integrity. It felt disjointed and finger waggly in places. And I felt it could do with a really good editor. But also, when the author took you thru her story and one of her ‘darkest’ moments with her father, I was like Seriously? That’s it? Thats what’s held you back? And suddenly I understood why this book hadn’t resonated with me at all - there wasn’t enough tough, real lived experience in there to provide any real meaningful guidance. In the end, it was just waaaaay too much unfounded navel gazing.