To Mend a Broken Heart


Non-Fiction - Womens
116 Pages
Reviewed on 03/06/2019
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Author Biography

Myunique C. Green is a student, teacher, and author. The young writer independently published her first novel titled Bloodlines: Everything That Glitter against all odds in 2012. The book made it to the Top 10 of Amazon-Kindle’s Bestseller/Top 100 list, and Myunique has continued to show her literature prowess with other titles such as Last Seen, The C is for Complex and Deceptive, as well as 713, a mystery crime tale that dominated the United States Bestselling Kindle Short-stories and remained a #1 seller for two consecutive weeks.

Honesty, Determination and Hard Work are her watchwords, and her works have been recognized by a few bodies, receiving few awards, one of which was from the Midtown Journal for a fiction, short-story entry into their semi-annual writing contest.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Ankita Shukla for Readers' Favorite

Low self-esteem combined with an unstable home environment can truly make a dent in a person's foundation. Reading the memoir of Myunique C. Green, I could not help but feel the pain of the little girl who only wanted someone to accept her the way she was. To Mend a Broken Heart by Myunique C. Green is the most moving memoir I have ever come across. The author had a difficult childhood in which she witnessed things that no child should ever see. She only wanted someone to love her and understand her. If that emotional connection could be made by sex, then so be it. In her gullible state of mind, she went through many disturbing phases. Nevertheless, she did not hide such phases in order to gain sympathy from readers. Instead, she has filled the pages of this book with both good and bad memories.

The best part about reading To Mend a Broken Heart by Myunique C. Green is the fact that you are introduced to a newfound hope. However, I feel if the author had included some more details about her life, then that would have helped me in getting a clearer image of the people in her life. By writing about her tragedies, low self-esteem, and insecurities, the author has actually tried to reassure her readers that there is hope. She hit rock bottom but then she found solace in God. Her faith saved her, and it can actually save so many of us. I would recommend To Mend a Broken Heart by Myunique C. Green to readers who are considering the idea of giving up or who have lost their way.