3 out of 4 stars
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I thought this book was well told and well thought out. This was a great story of strength in the face of adversity. I enjoyed how much the author would go back and forth between past and present day to make the story easier to understand and also keep you focused on what part of this woman's story he was trying to focus on at the time. I recommend this book. It is a quick read and keeps the reader invested in the story. I never saw any vulgarity or use of harsh language in this story. Which I found tasteful considering the age of this woman and her lifestyle. I enjoy how the chapters were organized and how the author was continually able to keep the story relevant even though we are talking about a subject that doesn't get a lot of attention. I give this book a 3 out of 4 rating.
The Most Unlikely Champion
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