In this review of Vera Koo’s memoir “The Most Unlikely Champion,” Natalie Qhineba reports that this is one of the best books she has ever read! Keep reading to find out why she rates this book four out of four stars.
The Most Unlikely Champion is a very good piece of writing. It is one of the best books I have read. The content is about Vera Koo’s journey. The journey she had was interesting and also inspirational. We got to witness Vera going through the most difficult stuff, things I never thought people go through. The content is about Vera and her relationship with her husband, in laws, children and more. As I read the book, I noticed that in my life, there is a lot I take for granted. There is a lot that I need to be thankful for, and without this book, I believe I wouldn’t know any of that. Vera Koo really did well with the book.
I really loved the book because I got to learn a lot about life from someone who has experienced it. I learned from a person who has gone through stuff I never thought people go through. Not only that, but I love the book because I now know that I still have a chance to change what I am doing wrong in some parts of my life. I love that Vera didn’t tell us exactly what to learn from the book, but it’s up to the reader to see what to take from her journey.
If I said there is something I hate about the book, I would be lying. There is absolutely nothing I hate about her journey. I enjoyed the book and I know for a fact that there is nothing that can be negative about the content. It was perfect, nothing seemed wrong. Everything flowed as I read the book!
I will rate the book 4 out of 4 because this is what Vera Koo deserves for her good work. The book was thoroughly edited, there was no problem with grammar or errors. I think that this rating is the best because I believe that people should read this book. It has taught me a lot about forgiving, love and betrayal. I have learned a lot and I believe someone else would learn what I learned or more.
People who can read the book are people from 20 to an older age. The youth needs this book to know what life is all about. It will give you a chance to live someone else’s story and learn. I believe everyone should get a chance to read the book.
This book review was originally published by Online Book Club.