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Unbroken: A Memoir
     

Unbroken: A Memoir

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by Tracy Elliott
 

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All the furniture in the house got wrecked except this one old wooden china cabinet in my grandmother’s kitchen, which somehow remained standing despite all odds. One night, in the midst of a prayer, I glanced over at it and thought, If this cabinet could talk... What madness it had seen. The Lord spoke to me then. “You’re both here, and you both

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Unbroken 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When i first started reading this book i was intrigued and very sympathetic towards the author. But, as the book progresses, the narrator suceeds in completely alienating herself from the reader. The narrator spends so much time writjng about all the money she has donated to charities, her church, relief agencies and homeless people. Its hard to believe shes not looking for a pat on the back. As a former addict, i can tell you that her experiences in rehab were most unusual. In most rehab settings, there is vomit, fighting, people screaming and crying. There are not complimentary massages. Then, open up the floodgates and hold onto your habits, because the Jesus talk is consuming. The narrator proceeds to slam her beliefs down the readers throats. This book was just horrendous. The author makes it known several times that she is very rich and that shes an overachiever. I beg to differ.
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