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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
In Girl Behind the Fence: Anger, Mozelle Martin and other authors speak about their experiences of anger and give readers the courage to explore their relationship with anger and how they can confront it. Women always deal with uncomfortable thoughts and are often self-critical when it comes to looking at themselves. The stories in this book give them glimpses into the lives of women who have successfully come to terms with their vulnerable side and yet at the same time learned some tough lessons. The book is a handy manual that will guide readers properly so that they do not sabotage their jobs, relationships, and happiness.
Girl Behind the Fence: Anger by Mozelle Martin and other authors tackles a relevant topic which most readers will be able to relate to; anger. The stories shared by the authors help readers connect better with their experiences and situations so that they can heal themselves by coping with their anger issues. This book is timely in today's times when society is ugly and toxic and when readers can feel their anger eating them and threatening to destroy them. The voices of the women in the book are cathartic and will help prevent the violence that comes from anger. The stories are relatable and realistic and that makes this book tangible to readers.