Amelia's Destiny: Finding my way (Amelia Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 143 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Going on to book 3, looking forward to a good beach read.
Wish someone proofed this.
The incorrect spelling, syntax, and un-necessary long spaces
take away from the story.
A 5 star book must by perfectly composed.
This book is only a 3.
Amelia found herself homeless and almost penniless, so she had to make a big decision. Going back to her mother's house leads her to more decisions. Amelia is a young woman with a plan for the future. Follow her in her travel to become the independent woman she wants to be, and feel all the struggles she goes through to get her purposes in life. A book that won't leave you indifferent.
Very easy to follow and read, it is the perfect read for every occasion. Beautifully written, the story evolves just effortlessly, flowing quite easily. Feel for Amelia, smile with her, cry with her, and be her companion in the difficult path to happiness.
Since this is a true story, the author tried to show others that she has overcome the horrific journey she started in the other book.
This is about her teenage and young adult life and her learning to cope, understand and accept the journey she has been called to travel.
One note though, is that the author repeats ideas and concepts through her writing. Although many may find this redundant, I think with a little editing, this is one of those books everyone can enjoy. It was definitely a triumph for this author to put her life history into this book.
I would recommend this book.