Book Review: Life Inspite of Me

 I don’t even know where to begin.  This book captivated me.  Thinking I’d read a few pages , 60 pages later, I was still reading and didn’t want to put the book down!  My reading style (and probably life style) is pretty planned, I dedicate a certain amount of time each day to reading, this book blew my time budget out of the water – I just took this book with me everywhere and literally could not put it down.  I was mesmerized by the frankness of Kristen Jane Anderson’s confessions and her life story!

Her story starts with her attempted suicide, tough to read, but made even more real by the unadulterated honesty of her story.  But this book isn’t just about the suicide attempt or a book about how it can all be made easier by a few easy steps.  This book chronicles her life, with the events that led up to the suicide attempt and her life afterwards.  Never does she allude that what she went through was easy to get to where she is today, but it was rather life, in spite of her. 

Please take a moment to check out the video trailer for the book. 

This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group

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