I received this book from the author for an honest review.
It was rather refreshing to read a self-help book, as I cannot remember the last time I read something in this line of writing.
This is not a book which you can start on page 1 and only put down once you get to the last paragraph, all in one sitting. The book is filled with tips and suggestions on how you can go about to detox your soul, and for this book to give you your money’s worth, you have to follow the suggestions and whip out your journal and start making notes.
It is an easy to follow book and well laid out with each chapter tackling an issue you will encounter on your path to detoxing.
Some of the chapters, although it is good to form part of this book, can in fact stand alone, and will do good to inform people of the hazards of toxic people.
Coming from a Christian background I personally enjoyed the references made, yet it was subtle enough that you do not get the feeling that you are being preached at.
There is one thing I did not quite enjoy about the book and it was all the ‘If’ statements made. If you see this, then it means that. If you experience this, then look out for that, and so on.
All that said and done, I will suggest this book to anyone needing a good detox.
I give this book a 3 out of 5 stars.