Overall, this book is great. I share this book with many people I meet because it is inspirational. You definitely do not have to be an adoptee to read to this book. I recommend this book to anyone that has struggled in their life and dreams of being better or beating any addiction they may be facing. I recommend this book to a woman that is facing adversity and needs a role model to show you that you can do it too. Throughout Eva's book she experienced many situations chapter after chapter from her family and her personal life that could have kept her down, but she dreamed of creating a better life for herself and pressing on. Eva shows that sometimes you have to lose it all to find out how strong you are and who you are. That is what really inspired me about her book. Another thing I found very important in her book was having the ability to trust again after many people have let her down. How many times have people let us down and we shut them out. It's like shutting the door on your blessings. It was beautiful to see when Eva met her fiance SirTavion in the club years ago that he saved her life. At the point of her life she could have blocked him out of her life, but after some time he helped shape her into the beautiful woman she is today. As adoptees we tend to push people away and question their motives, but she made a powerful move by allowing him to grow with her and stand by her. It reminded me that not all people are bad people. Sometimes we have to reach out to get help.
At the end of her book, its saddened me and I was surprised to see what her brother did to her, but I know that as long as we have our faith that Eva has receive the best gift that a person can ever have, and that is changing lives. I am confident that she will inspire people from all walks of life with her story. If you think you are going through whatever it is you are going through alone, think again, Eva has been there before and had conquered it. Eva will remind you that you are in control of your future. You have the keys to drive in the direction you want to be in.
This book is an easy read and I would recommend it to anyone between the ages of 18 and up. I recommend 18 only because of some of the experiences Eva struggle with. Other than that, read with an adult, I would recommend this book to someone that is 16 and older. I look forward to her second book I hear she is working on. Best wishes to all that read her book!
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Eva Miller Speaks
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