My Life My Story My Journey & A Tall Tale

My Life My Story My Journey & A Tall Tale (A TALL-TAIL Book 1) by [R B K]

RBK’s My Life, My Story, My Journey & A Tall Tale is an autobiography that details how a chance encounter – meeting his self-professed twin flame – forever altered the trajectory of his life and his state of consciousness.

RBK begins his story in logical, sequential fashion. He provides readers with essential background information – his family dynamic, his youth years, and his professional career. One, it gives us an idea of who RBK is as an individual. Two, it normalizes RBK as someone who could easily be our neighbor (as opposed to someone who we can’t relate to).

There is something to be said about how a single moment has the path to set us on the journey of a lifetime. Although RBK’s autobiography is unique to him, the elements of seeing with one’s third eye, meeting a twin flame, and being awakened to a heightened state of spirituality have resonated with humanity for centuries. Perhaps we are not meant to know everything that takes place in the world around us – but as RBK attests, we cannot unsee our Dark Night of the Soul.

While the content was interesting, especially from such a personal perspective, there were several proofreading and punctuation errors that necessitate a second round of editing to ensure a refined read. Otherwise, My Life, My Story, My Journey & A Tall Tale takes readers on a thought-provoking spiritual journey that will stay with you long after you’ve closed the book.

Pages: 96 | ASIN: B089KCHM3N

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Posted on November 11, 2020, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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