Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Book Review: Broken Pieces by Rachel Thompson


PRAISE FOR BROKEN PIECES: 
‘So ridiculously amazing, I can’t take it’ ~ Gabe Berman, Author ‘Live LIke A Fruit Fly
‘Engrossed. It is a grippingly brilliant work’ ~ Frank Feather, author and blogger
‘Any woman who has had a former lover (or two or three) will be able to relate to this. Her writing is very poetic.’ ~ LS Hullinger, reader, writer
‘A brilliant and intense must read’ ~ Jeffery Rowan, reader
Out less than three weeks, Broken Pieces already hit the Paid Top 10 list on Women’s Studies!
Welcome to bestselling author Rachel Thompson’s newest nonfiction work! Vastly different in tone from her previous essay collections A Walk In The Snark and The Mancode: ExposedBROKEN PIECES is a collection of pieces inspired by one woman’s life: love, loss, abuse, trust, grief, and ultimately, love again.
This is NOT a humor book! It IS a book about relationships, a study of women, a book with heart.Want to see why people love it? Why they call it ‘riveting, powerful, insightful?’
Read it and see why Broken Pieces is tearing up the lists for Nonfiction, Women’s Studies, and books for women!
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Genre – NonFiction
Rating – PG13
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MINI REVIEW
Bold and Daring! This book has definitely stood up to it's hype! I can never say anything bad about this book because I've been in total awe the moment I read this book. I was gasping for more action and I totally got satisfied with what I'm looking for. It was thoroughly thought provoking, I got to the part where I ask questions and with the question comes with the answer. I kept reading until I get it. I applaud for the author who went through everything she has to write this book. I explored different kinds of possibilities for this book, I went beyond just reading. I questioned myself for reading this book and all I got for an answer is that I didn't regret reading this book for one second. If you're asking me if the book is worth reading I totally can say that it is! You should read this book and be amazed on how good the author is with words. The plot is also amazing that it would totally stick to you when and after you read this one!