Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The Most Painful Thing in Life

A fictional anti-bullying tale filled with religious themes and good morals that would be beneficial to middle school students. It is a short concise read; easy for adults and still a quick read for teens. The book focuses on what it's like to be bullied and be the one bullying, it hits on all angles. The book spotlights Kris, a troubled teenage boy trying to find acceptance, hope, and someone to trust. When his foster parent's best friend gives him a mysterious pendant Kris has no idea how much his life is about to change. Maybe he won't be bullied or worse, ignored, by his peers. Maybe it's possible that he could make a friend. Simply written (and with a handful of typos), this book would be of most use to teenagers. Bullying can take all forms and has a deep psychological impact that can affect people for the rest of their lives. Hopefully this tale will open eyes and hearts of the next generation, especially in the age of rampant digital bullying.

I received this book for free from the author in return for my honest, unbiased review.

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