Saturday, November 7, 2015


I received a KINDLE version of this book from the author in the LibraryThing giveaway he recently had and the following review is my honest opinion for this book.

There are literally thousands of books written by woman authors that dwell on the topic of divorce. The vast majority of these are fictional romance novel, the rest are self-help books written by women, most of whom had personally experienced this traumatic event. Regardless of whether they’re fictional or not, these books are quite poignant in their elicitation of real emotions from those reading it.

In writing his book, Mr. Escoto didn’t pull any punches as he told this portion of the story of his life.  He simply tells his readers the roller coaster experience he’s gone through from being a child, to his teen years and first love, to finding her again to the ultimate commitment a man and woman can have for each other - marriage.

The author is brave enough, as a man, to bravely relate what had caused the downward spiral for their marriage, leading to the death nell known as divorces. At the end of the book, he admits he’d made a grievous error in the relationship he had with the woman who became his wife, the error being rushing into to marriage; and admonishes his readers not to make the same mistake.

While a purist might say the author needs to have his endeavor here totally edited by a profession, I believe the writing errors contained in this book add to the authenticity of the story being told; which is why I’ve given this book 5 STARS.

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