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[Following is an official review of "From Ex To Excellence" by Brian Dillon.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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The book From Ex To Excellence is a non-fiction book written by Brian Dillon. The author has gone through two divorces in his life and has experienced extreme discrimination by the unjust family law system in the United States, societal stereotypes, and the debilitating effect these factors could have on a man. In the book, Brian Dillon expressed disgust at the injustice inherent in the United States family law system. According to the author, there seems to be a ploy by the state to rip a man going through a divorce off of everything he owns through the courts. The author frowns that people, especially men, don't seem agitated by this ploy as nobody is visibly advocating for a change.

In subsequent chapters of the book, the author shared detailed information on the essential steps that will turn the fortunes of a man who is currently in ruins as a result of baggage from his divorce. He's passionate about seeing men who were dealt a major blow by their divorce get back up and become successful. What are these steps to a successful life after divorce? Find out my reading this inspirational book.

The book has a lot of positive aspects. First, I love the author's writing style. Virtually every suggestion made by the author in the book was supported by a story that drove the point home. I love that he was so passionate about exposing the rot in the family law system of the United States and in helping men who have been destroyed by this system get back on their feet. That's such a selfless venture. I equally love that the book was concise. The author was straight to the point and didn't bore the reader with unnecessary information.

I did not find anything to dislike about the book. I loved every part of it. The author delivered an incredible masterpiece for men going through a divorce and all men who desire high-level success in life.

The book is professionally edited. I found a few errors in it, but they were by no means enough to take anything away from my enjoyment of the book. Consequently, I rate the book 4 out of 4 stars. I didn't give the book a lower rating because I found it motivating, and I love the passion invested in the book. Reading through the pages, you could see that it's the earnest desire of the author for men who are going through what he had been through, to rise from their ruins and rebuild their lives, brick by brick.

I recommend this book generally to men who have been beaten to their knees by life's daunting challenges and wish to get back to their feet and turn their lives around. More specifically, I recommend it to men who are going through the divorce process.

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