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Stories like these works best if they’re raw. Raw in the sense that the excruciating pains felt by the protagonist aren’t left or have been watered down; like seeing one’s mother being beaten senselessly and bloody in front of a child. And being unable to lift a finger can cause the witness of this abuse to ultimately be turned into an emotionless, mannequin-like individual.
The author’s writing style is such that the unknown numbers of potential readers are easily pulled into the storyline since shadows of similar incidents like those in the book still resonate in backs of their minds. Individuals can only take so much of something that to quote from the movie Network they’ll say: "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore!" And it’s at this point they can begin the healing process of their hearts.
When I got to this point, echoes from the Bee Gee’s 1971 year hit “How Do You Mend a Broken Heart” began playing in my head:
“…And how can you mend a broken heart?
How can you stop the rain from falling down?
How can you stop the sun from shining?
What makes the world go round?
How can you mend this broken man?
How can a loser ever win?
Please help me mend my broken heart and let me live again…”
For giving her readers a heartstring pulling somewhat quick reading experience written in the first person which seems to make this story to be autobiographical, although the category description for the book doesn’t state it; I’ve given Ms. Green 5 STARS for her endeavor here.