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Reviewed by Frank Mutuma for Readers' Favorite
Things are going very well, and the possibility of love warms her heart, but can she forget her past and trust a man? Hanna has been through various challenges in life. Growing up, she had been named John by her parents, who could not accept who she truly was. Things get worse when she decides to embrace who she truly is. After being disowned by her biological parents, luck is on her side, and she is adopted by Gisela and Hermann, who love her dearly. Soon after, she is assaulted, and this changes everything as the coma alters her significantly. To find out how Hanna lost her family and gained another at the same time and how William's escape will affect her relationship with Erik, get a copy of Hanna's Ascent by Jayna Sheats.
Hanna's Ascent by Jayna Sheats sheds light on a very critical issue that has been a point of contention in society lately. I believe culture should serve society, not society serve culture, hence the need to change and be open to tolerance. I loved the theme of tolerance that takes center stage. Sometimes people are prejudiced against minorities simply because of a lack of information, and this book starts an important dialogue on transsexuals. I loved how vivid Jayna was with the descriptions of events and the emotions of the well-developed characters. This made them relatable. The book is thought-provoking, and I can't wait to read more about this issue through the suggested autobiography of George Jorgensen.