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Sunny Love is not your average author of self-help, motivational, and inspirational books. Immediately clear upon opening her book, An Incomplete Story Of A Whole Person, I could tell that here was a real person to connect with and understand. She had written this book because, even after having authored Robbed Of A Childhood, Raped By The System, she was still consumed by rage. Armed with a deep love for God, she found the unwavering strength to motivate men, women, and young people while simultaneously healing herself. To understand how she came to be so strong as a married adult woman and a mother, one only needs to read this book. She explores problems in marriage, motherhood, and work life with a voice that registers effectively with the reader.
Perfect for the reader looking for a quick source of inspiration to stand up in the face of psychological, spiritual, and financial struggles, the many compact chapters of this short read are an excellent choice. To my liking, I found that the author wrote in a more casual tone instead of the common preachy ones I've become so accustomed to in non-fiction works by highly religious authors. I felt that the author talked to me like a friend or family member, offering valuable advice. Everyone comes to a certain point in their lives when they ask themselves: "Why me?" In situations like these, I would often throw the blame on God. Reading this book is confirmation that blaming others is not the way to go.