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Book Review: Angry Blonde





Angry Blonde by Maria Mroziuk: Forced to take immediate control over her life, Wylie recounts the haunting chain of events that led to her fall from grace.

She explains how she met her modern-day knight, how she eagerly grabbed his hand to join the descent down his crime-infused rabbit hole. She delves deeper through the winding tunnel of her traumatic adolescence, hoping to rid herself of her sins.
Angry Blonde is the confession of a girl who must learn how to create love and safety from fear and hatred.



This book will take you on a journey. I love the way it was written. I felt like I was hearing a true story of what life can throw at you and how you deal with it. This book is fiction but it leaves me questioning how much of it really is. I felt like I got sucked into someone's real life story with all the details of what went on. I loved that this book didn't feel fake most of all.





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