A selection of reviews of Vera Koo’s memoir, The Most Unlikely Champion, and her second book, Wisdom and Things. All book reviews are by volunteers unless otherwise noted.
David Isaji rates Vera Koo’s memoir, “The Most Unlikely Champion,” four stars and notes that the author never backs down after setting goals. This review was originally published at OnlineBookClub.org.
Julie Park reviews Vera Koo’s second book and writes, “I wonder if she realized she would be mentoring people she’s never met through her books?”
In this review of Vera Koo’s memoir “The Most Unlikely Champion,” Alheotuci notes that the author overcame many obstacles to become a sport shooting champion.
Nancy Keaton reviews Vera Koo’s book, “Wisdom and Things” and realizes that she and Vera share several things in common.
In this book review of Vera Koo’s memoir “The Most Unlikely Champion,” the reviewer notes that the story is inspiring on another level.
Cheryl Todd shares her review of Vera Koo’s second book, “Wisdom and Things: Essays From An Unlikely Champions.”
This review highlights that Vera Koo’s memoir “The Most Unlikely Champion” shows that she achieved success in the face of great odds.
Erin Garvin reviews Vera Koo’s second book and is especially appreciates Vera’s “Shing Ping” attitude. Find out why.
Jackie Richardson reviews the second book from champion shooter Vera Koo, titled “Wisdom and Things.” This book features chapters grouped into four different parts, covering all facets of competition, resilience, faith and travel. This review was originally published at “Women’s Outdoor News.”