Review of The Most Unlikely Champion

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Review of The Most Unlikely Champion

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[Following is a volunteer review of "The Most Unlikely Champion" by Vera Koo.]
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3 out of 4 stars
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The Most Unlikely Champion by Vera Koo is a book that centers on Vera, who is a sport shooting champion. She is an overcomer as the trials she experienced prepared her for a lot of things. Here, we see a woman who did not give up no matter the obstacles life threw at her. To hone her skills in sport shooting, Vera decided to take part in a lot of competitions.

She experienced a lot of loss as a mother and a daughter. Not knowing what to do during the hardships, Vera decided to turn to God for help. She has always believed that she had to work harder than anyone else. By working hard, she was able to get better. She decided to tell her story to motivate people, especially women.

What I liked about this book is how motivational and inspiring it was. It made me realize that I can achieve anything I set my mind to as far as I am disciplined and I work hard. This book was heartwarming to read as I got to read about a woman who made something out of nothing. Also, the storyline was easy to follow. While reading this book, I learned so many helpful tips on how to deal with life. I liked the way every character played a meaningful role in the novel.

The negative aspect of this book is how I sometimes got bored while reading it. I wish the writer had made some parts more exciting by adding cliffhangers. This would have made me eager to know what happens next. Although The Most Unlikely Champion by Vera Koo is an intriguing novel, I did not enjoy it as much as I would have loved.

I rate this book a 3 out of 4 stars because some parts in the novel were not exciting to read. I liked the story because it was nice to see a woman make a hobby she enjoyed turn into a success. I liked the fact that she was strong despite her age and struggles. It is such a shame that I did not enjoy the book as much as I wanted.

I would recommend this book to people that are interested in non-fiction and motivational books. It will help you greatly in life because it is an inspiring story. Also, if you are looking for a novel that is easy to read and understand, I suggest you read this one. It is simply a must-read.

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I’ve never read a story about a competitive sport-shooting champion before, but Vera sounds like an interesting personality for sure!
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To achieve in life, we must work tirelessly without giving up. The Most Unlikely Champion by Vera Koo sounds like a wonderful book full of inspirations, especially to women. I'll recommend it to my female friends. Thank you for your insightful review.
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Such an inspiring read! Thank you for this wonderful and sincere review.
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The author is trying to inspire the reader through this book. She tells them that they can do anything they put their mind to and their determination will help them succeed. Thanks for the awesome review.
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At first I was excited about the book and Vera's story, but I don't want to read predictable books. Thank you for your honest review.
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AvidBibliophile wrote: 06 Sep 2021, 13:48 I’ve never read a story about a competitive sport-shooting champion before, but Vera sounds like an interesting personality for sure!
Yh, she really is an interesting and intriguing person :D
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addicted reader wrote: 06 Sep 2021, 22:25 To achieve in life, we must work tirelessly without giving up. The Most Unlikely Champion by Vera Koo sounds like a wonderful book full of inspirations, especially to women. I'll recommend it to my female friends. Thank you for your insightful review.
I’m glad you feel this way! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment :tiphat:
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Raluca_Mihaila wrote: 07 Sep 2021, 03:19 Such an inspiring read! Thank you for this wonderful and sincere review.
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Ruchi Raina wrote: 07 Sep 2021, 04:27 The author is trying to inspire the reader through this book. She tells them that they can do anything they put their mind to and their determination will help them succeed. Thanks for the awesome review.
You’re welcome! :D Also, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
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Niens Now wrote: 08 Sep 2021, 23:00 At first I was excited about the book and Vera's story, but I don't want to read predictable books. Thank you for your honest review.
You welcome, and thank you for your honesty :tiphat:
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Sounds like an inspirational book. Great review!
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The author's experience is relevant, and writing her experience must not be easy but still able to do it. Thanks for a wonderful and great review!
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Mbrooks2518 wrote: 10 Sep 2021, 08:07 Sounds like an inspirational book. Great review!
Thank you! :tiphat:
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Unosthetic wrote: 13 Sep 2021, 20:36 The author's experience is relevant, and writing her experience must not be easy but still able to do it. Thanks for a wonderful and great review!
Thanks for stopping by! :tiphat:
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