“Beautiful Disaster” is raw, real, and reader-centered.
Disclaimer: I’ve received a reader copy from the author, and this doesn’t influence my opinion or review.
“Healing is difficult. Not impossible.”
Who should read it? Anyone who wants to be inspired by a real-life journey of acceptance and self-love.
Would I recommend it? Yes.
Why “reader-centered”? Because even though “Beautiful Disaster” is a a real personal story, the way Natasha writes is still pretty much focused on you, the reader.
Natasha writes about her own journey with a clear purpose: inspiring and motivating others to learn how to accept and love themselves as well. It is not just about her, it’s about you too. And that’s beautiful.
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I loved the writing style. It’s simple and clear, and still creative and thought-provoking. In one word: raw.
Overall, genuine storytelling, real emotions, and transparency make the Beautiful Disaster an indeed “beautiful” piece of work.