Book Recommendation: Anomaly


By Derra Nicole Sabo

The time it took to read: 1-2 hours

Feelings before reading: Interested

Feelings after reading: Hopeful and Inspired

Rate 1-10: 10


I am so excited to write this review. To begin with, I will let you guys know how I came across this lovely book. One day while I was on Twitter, I sent a tweet out asking people to guide me to some fantastic blogs, books, and content on mental health. Derra commented about her book, Anomaly, on the tweet, so I decided to check it out. I clicked on the book and was redirected to Amazon; I was so happy to see this book on Kindle Unlimited. I instantly downloaded it and read the first few pages to get a feel of the book. Long story short, I could not put it down.

Derra writes about insomnia, depression, suicidal thoughts, fears, and more. She writes with compassion and a deep understanding of what it feels like to be lost in this vast big world. How it feels to be broken. Her words are encouraging and sincere; by sharing her views and outlooks on the world around us, she is helping many lost souls know they are not alone.

I enjoy the uniqueness of Anomaly. The meaningful quotes at the end of the pages, the in-depth, thoughtful content, and the realness Derra brings forth are genuinely inspiring. Though, these are my personal opinions on the book. If you get the chance, you should check her book out, read it, and comment below on how you felt.

Personally, I felt as if I were sitting in a coffee shop, having a chat with Derra. I loved the friendly, comforting, feeling this book gives when reading it; it’s as if you become a part of Derra’s world. I honestly enjoyed reading Anomaly and would recommend it to anyone who was seeking heartfelt books on Mental Health. This book talks to you, not at you like a lot of books. It gives it a lovely personal touch.

Anomaly is engaging, intriguing, and captivates the mind with well-known quotes, songs, and personal experiences that are bound to connect with its readers. This book will surely have readers thinking, relating, and feeling hopeful. Check it out for yourself. 

Thank you all for reading this recommendation post, and thank you to everyone who likes, comments, and supports MCH. Furthermore, I would like to say a huge thank you to Derra, for writing such an inspiring book. If anyone has any amazing books for me to read, let me know in the comment section below, it is much appreciated.

“Together, we will inspire the world.”

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