Have you ever read a book that makes you want to get out of your chair and tackle something in your life head-on? Michelle Cerino has! In this video review of “Wisdom and Things,” Michelle tells us why everyone should read this book.
We’ve rounded up reviews from OnlineBookClub.org of Vera Koo’s memoir, “The Most Unlikely Champion.” These reviews all give the book 4 out of 4 stars.
In this review by Elsa_Lee for OnlineBookClub.org, Vera Koo’s story of her faith in the face of incredible trials receives 4 out of 4 stars.
In this book review of Vera Koo’s memoir “The Most Unlikely Champion,” Etini Willie states that she admires the author’s bravery.
Michelle Cerino delves into Vera Koo’s second book, and can relate to many of Vera’s experiences. Find out why.
In her book review, Sally77Motors says that Vera Koo’s memoir “The Most Unlikely Champion” serves as a source of inspiration and motivation.
Sharenda Birts reviewed Vera Koo’s second book, “Wisdom and Things: Essays From an Unlikely Champion.” After reading this book, she immediately ordered Vera’s first book. Find out why.
NadineTimes10 reviews “The Most Unlikely Champion” by Vera Koo, and gives the memoir a rating of 4 out of 4 stars.
Professional competition shooter Julie Golob reviewed another pro shooter’s book, but it’s not about shooting. Find out why Julie related to Vera Koo’s second book.
Renowned Gunsite rangemaster Il Ling New reviews Vera Koo’s second book, “Wisdom and Things.” Find out what she has to say about it.
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?”