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Metz's story is riveting, beautifully written, and ultimately a testament to this woman's strength and drive to lead a positive life.
I don't really want to criticize her for her personal choices, however the book puts them out there and it will leave her open to more criticism that she may deserve.
This book just lacks that connective tissue that would elevate an otherwise compelling series of events into a meaningful narrative for the reader.
I bought it because I am from the sleepy little Village that Julie came from and know many of the people in the story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by avalentine5601
I wish I could 'like' the author more! I agree that the book is intended to be deeply personal, perhaps a cure-all for the various sad events which she experienced. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sandi Kay Wheatley
I love to read. I can't wait to start it. It is so easy to order hard to find books on Amazon!Published 9 months ago by Betty Jo Jurries
Metz struggles to make sense of her husbands complete disregard for her as a human being and his amoral behavior. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Carrissima
As the author of THE SECRET LIFE OF CAPTAIN X: MY LIFE WITH A PSYCHOPATH PILOT I read Perfection: A Memoir of Betrayal and Renewal while researching for my book. Read morePublished 11 months ago by MRSXNOMORE
It is an interesting story but the author drags some of the material out too long and thin. She seems pretty self-centered at times.Published 12 months ago by Mary Vedaa
This book is truly gripping- I couldn't stop turning the pages. Metz is revealing and honest about her experience in a way that elevated my understanding of the human race. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Beaux
This book wasn't poorly written and I harbor no moral judgements for the writer. She experienced a compounded trauma and had a reaction that ranged from despair to anger to, at... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amanda Rose Adams
This book was recommended as a way to understand how relationships can differ from each of the participant’s perception. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Oneton