Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Broken Wing by Anna Klay {Book Review}

Broken Wing will take you on a roller coaster of different emotions as you are taken through a genuine and painful story of past abuse and it's effect on the suffering the victim and the victims family and friends go through. There are plenty of mental break downs and you can feel the psychological strain that is put on everyone in Skye and Ray's life.

While reading this book you are also picking up little pieces of advice on how to love again, and forgive and love those in your life that have hurt you, and how to protect yourself along the way. Slowly you are opened up to the characters mind and you understand their personality bit by bit. This gave me a great sense of connection to each of the characters, and I was anxious to find out more as I continued to read.

This would be a great book for a book club to discuss since there are so many subliminal messages and symbolism that could mean different things to different readers. I would be interested in hearing what other readers of Broken Wing thought of the book. I would discuss how each reader comprehended the book, how the book effected them, and what they took away from the book. It's powerful, profound, and opens may readers eyes to the abuse and neglect that people out there are hiding, without giving you the slightest impression they live with deep dark secrets. Just goes to show you can't judge a book by a cover, or a person by their smile on their face.

The cover is intriguing enough to catch any readers eye, which helps considering it was lacking a synopsis that accurately describes what kind of book you are picking up. I found no spelling or grammar issues, which was a relief considering the complexity of the book. You can't prepare yourself for what is contained inside this book, or how it will personally effect you. I give this book a 5/5.

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