Thanks for reading and reacting, jeminah28! If you do read it, I hope you can tell me how you find it. It's not a book of oohs and ahhs but one with a message. It's not even a new message. But coming from someone who has experienced both the lowest depths and the highest crests makes the message stronger.jeminah28 wrote:nice review Miriam. The book sounds interesting. I am hoping that i might read this one. Thank you for your thoughts.
-- 13 Sep 2017, 16:17 --
At first, I was leaning towards 3 stars because of the detailed accounts. I thought there were too many details especially for those deals that didn't pan out. But I realized that the details are actually what the readers would most benefit from. True life is full of the nitty-gritty. Those details, they're real. We have to deal with them, like it or not.kandscreeley wrote:I've seen this one reviewed before. It sounds like a very interesting and enjoyable book. Thanks for the review.
Thanks, Kandscreely! I always value your comments.
-- 13 Sep 2017, 16:23 --
Hi, GingerboOks! Thanks for your thoughts. I do understand if you can't relate to this book, especially if you're not an entrepreneur.Gingerbo0ks wrote:I don't think this particular non fiction one is for me as I can't really relate, but I'm glad you enjoyed it. Reading your review, it does sound very inspiring considering everything the man had been through. I liked how you ended the review with what the message was
BTW, I like your screen name, especially that capital O. It's like you're winking. ?
-- 13 Sep 2017, 16:33 --
Hi, KlareAllison! Thanks for the compliment. I do spend hours writing my reviews. I believe I owe the authors my best effort. Anything I write will be there forever, too. It's a chance to be a little author myself.KlareAllison wrote:I like books in the nonfiction category and enjoy them more when they are overtly motivational as Charles Ota Heller's Ready, Fire, Aim! An Immigrant's Tales of Entrepreneurial Terror. I think the review is painstakingly and nicely put together.