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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite
Chloe Finn, in her book titled Adjusting My Sails, did a marvelous job of captivating the reader from the very beginning of the story until the end. This is a book written with passion and excitement, one that allows the reader to feel engaged in each moment and each twist found within the story. Each character is filled with fine detail, allowing the reader to become a part of them and their circumstances. This is not a quick, to the point, 'everything will be okay' story; rather it is one that allows the reader to feel the hurt, disappointment, and courage it takes to stand on one's own feet, to make it through life's difficult circumstances.
Chloe Finn allows the characters to be very real in both their good as well as not so good moments. There are strong character-building moments when an individual must take a stand for what is best for them and not allow the pressure of their situation to make them cave in. Many times the decisions one makes are difficult but sometimes they are the wisest decisions. Adjusting My Sails would be good to help anyone dealing with dependency, regardless of the type, as it gives hope and encouragement that there are better days ahead if and when the individual truly chooses to make a wise decision. Families can be restored, individuals can be mended and hope can be found. Take a moment to encourage yourself or give this fine read to someone who needs encouragement. Simply a fantastic book.