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Reviewed by Maria Beltran for Readers' Favorite
Based on a true story, Eaten by the Tiger by Emile Allen, M.D. is about a doctor who survives a near-death experience while saving a patient’s life. Through his transformative journey of self-discovery, Allen had to face the fear of the unknown, which he calls “the tiger”.
Eaten by the Tiger is an inspirational book that can help anyone rebuild their life. For example, in the hospital, a patient is provided with the medical treatment needed in order to survive; however, helping the patient regain their emotional life balance is often ignored. This book provides the missing piece in the healing process. Emile Allen shares his moving story without exaggeration, yet all the while illuminating us in so many ways. He divides the book into four parts: Part I: Awareness, Part II: Clear the Path, Part III: Gratitude, and Part IV: Moments of Reflection.
Written with honesty and insight, the author's life story unabashedly shows us his shattered pieces and how he manages to put them together. Even though this process apparently is not easy, the path Allen took allowed him to reach higher levels of awareness, which was a very rewarding experience. There is so much to learn in this life, and this book shows us some of life’s most valuable lessons. Readers will absolutely find gold in this book that they will treasure forever. Eaten by the Tiger opens another door for us to look at life from a different perspective.