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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "Rescued" by Kerry Samulak.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Addiction is a dangerous vice that can cause the victim and their loved ones a lot of pain. Rescued by Kerry Samulak documents her battle with alcoholism and her journey to twelve years of sobriety.

Kerry never saw addiction coming. At the age of six, she drank schlitz and knew she would have more. As she grew older, she began indulging in alcohol. She saw it as a means of escape, and she enjoyed the feeling it gave her. But as she continued, it controlled her. It messed with her life and career. She decided to seek help. In her book, Kerry shares her journey from the depths of addiction to redemption, detailing the steps she took, with the aid of God, to break free from the shackles of alcoholism.

This book is a story of hope and determination. It is a deeply personal and emotional account of Kerry's battle with alcoholism. It is effortlessly written, easily capturing her emotional moments and allowing readers to empathize with her plight. Every word is imbued with a sense of authenticity. Through Kerry's story, we are given a glimpse into the mind of someone struggling with addiction. The feelings of shame, guilt, and constant inner battles are vividly displayed. Kerry's journey is not an easy one, but it is one filled with hope and resilience.

The book also offers insights and strategies for those looking to escape the shackles of addiction. Kerry provides advice and encouragement to aid in their journey. This book serves as a powerful reminder that there is always a way out. It is not everyday that we come across a truly supportive partner like Rick. I love that he is able to share his own part, as it allows the readers to see the perspective of the partner of a person battling alcoholism. Through him, we get a deeper understanding of the challenges involved in supporting a loved one through addiction recovery.

As a Christian, I love how this book beautifully illustrates the power of faith and the strength that comes from turning to God in times of struggle. Kerry shows us that her faith played a significant role in her recovery. She shows us the part that God played in her journey to sobriety. He helped her face her demons head-on and ultimately conquer her addiction. With his assistance, we can do the same.

It is an amazing book that effortlessly portrays courage and strength. With nothing to dislike and excellent editing, I wholeheartedly rate it 5 out of 5 stars. This book is a must-read for anyone struggling with addiction or knowing someone who is.

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