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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
To Mend a Broken Heart is a work of non fiction in the form of a personal and traumatic narrative, and was penned by author Myunique C. Green. Named after an emotive and popular song about restarting one’s life after feelings of total devastation, Green takes her readers along on a heartfelt personal journey which begins with a horrifying childhood event. After witnessing her own mother beaten to a bloody pulp, she is cast away and slowly develops an emotionless approach to life in order to mask the trauma. In this book, the raw emotion of past and present is all unveiled and unpacked with the hope of moving forward.
Any sufferer of childhood trauma will certainly be able to relate to the way that witnessing extreme abuse affects a person, especially when they are trying to live a peaceful life of their own as a functioning adult. Author Myunique C. Green is unafraid to fully vent the truth of her horrifying past, and in the catharsis of her writing, other readers are sure to find solace and an understanding of how they can unpack their own pain, and what it takes to really face and assess the damage done to us in childhood. What results is a superb narrative which is hard to read without a lump in your throat, but totally compelling for its emotional authenticity, and the fervent hope that a better tomorrow is around the corner. Overall, To Mend a Broken Heart is an important and compelling work of non-fiction.