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Little Victories: A Tale Of Divorce, Debauchery and Finding Happiness Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
By Shell Beckwith (Bootsy)
TOP 500 REVIEWER
Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
(This is my review from Amazon.ca)
WOW....Where to begin? Firstly, I started this book early this morning...and have just finished it. I NEVER read a whole book in one sitting, but "Little Victories" was an intense emotional experience, for me...the reader, and I could not put it down. The book is smoothly written and flows extremely well. It is not an "easy" read as the intense realities described within are very, very strong and sometimes uncomfortable.
I am sure most adult readers of this book can relate in some way to Mr Akins tale. Whether its love, love lost, family alienation, finding oneself, depression,addictions whatever...we all have experienced some part of those human experiences. But I have to give cudos to Mr Akin for having the guts to tell his story...warts and all. He could easily have made himself out to be the dragon slaying hero...but thats not the way he is. Chris Akin comes across as a ruthlessly honest individual who through friends and luck found his way through his seemingly shattered life to start to achieve the sanity and peace that he wants...but on his terms.
He succeeds in this telling of his story. The emotions and experiences he leads us through are very real and ultimately believable. Its an honest story told with clarity and understanding. This book could probably be considered a self-help type of book, but to me its way more than that. Its a story of one mans life...and all the other lives (friends-family) entangled within it that help to make his life worthwhile and strong......and ultimately everyones life is enriched.
A great book Mr Akins...I look forward to more from you.