q Book Review: Dark Chains
Tuesday, May 28, 2024
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Book Review: Dark Chains

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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Dark Chains by LaTasha “Tacha B.” Braxton is a beautiful autobiography drown in pain and tears but with a happy end.

The author tells her story, and it’s captivating and addictive. I remember forcing myself to stop reading because I had to cook or do something else. The descriptive tone of the book talks directly to your mind and heart.

The author manages to evoke powerful emotional images with her troubled and painful life.

The writer managed successfully to break a “sick” and ignorant cycle that was in existence from mother to daughter generations before her birth.

The lack of motherly love turned the author into the best mother for her son and enabled her to be better than her mother, gave her the chance to see that she can become a better woman and a better mother.

This book will make you cry and will make you angry at the same time. If you really want to understand dysfunctional families and relationships, then this book will help you have a better understanding and will have a cathartic application of the way you are thinking and on your emotional world as well.

I really enjoyed this book because it showed to me that the human spirit is enormous and able to copy anything that we will come in our way as long we allow to ourselves to believe in ourselves and educate yourself and escape the ignorance that like a dark fog is on the heads of so many people on this planet.

This book is a light of hope, it’s positive results and guidelines are a real gift to mankind, and everybody should read it.

Andreas Michaelides

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