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Untitled, Unedited, & Coming Undone

I spent Thanksgiving weekend reading Untitled, Unedited, & Coming Undone available from the Amazon Kindle store.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B004E3XGJG

From an Amazon Review

[5 stars] A Powerful Emotional Self Exploration of Physical, Sexual, and Emotional Abuse

While I do not personally know anyone who has been physically, sexually, or emotionally abused, I can imagine that this would be a good book for both the abused and anyone working through a relationship with someone who was abused. L. T. Is a strong, beautiful woman who is baring her soul about the pain and suffering she has endured at multiple stages in her life. It is a cathartic stream of consciousness interlaced with a well written fictionalized storyline. I found myself living in her world; crying at the sadness, seething with her anger, cheering for her successes. This is not a children’s book. It is filled with adult conflict and the kind of language many of us wish we could rain down on our own critics. Nevertheless the reader is swept into the maelstrom at page one and held in it’s grip until it spits you out at the end.

Like most e-books it’s cheap ($2.99) and the Kindle App is free for all devices and systems.

The style is reminiscent of a movie watched with the director’s commentary turned on. The content is dark, but the writing has humorous moments. At all times the humanity and perseverance of the author shines through.

This is certainly a book for any adult of any gender who wants to understand the psyche of the abused woman. I can also imagine that it would provide a sense of community to other abused women.

To say I enjoyed it may not be the right word considering the content but I was uplifted by the author’s struggle and victories.

If you read it, please leave a review on Amazon and feel free to leave a comment here.

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