Book Review – Black Healed – AJ Woods

 

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Synopsis-

AJ Woods is the son of Willie Woods, the Los Angeles city electrician who snapped in the most brutal way possible, killing four of his supervisors. For AJ, the murders committed by his father had a profound effect. Consumed by anger much like his father, he believed he was destined to follow in his father’s footsteps. But with the right help and support as well as the words of his own father, AJ eventually found the strength to overcome his issues, and, in his memoir, he explains how he did it. This is an inspirational story of how one man defeated the odds and eventually found a different way, away from a potentially dark and sinister path that would have undoubtedly been his ruin.

 

Queenie’s Review –

This book right here had me all in my feelings. This author was very transparent and I love the journey through his life. This story had me mad, hurt, cheerful, laughing, and back on repeat. This was a very insightful read. I am glad the author is prospering and living his best life right now. I applaud you, my brother. I’m going to let both of my sons read your story. I read this book and a couple of days because I had to keep putting it down to get my thoughts together. You don’t have to live like your parents you can always do better. I like how the author strives to be the best he can be with what he had. I recommend this especially for males 13 to 70 years old. Thanks for letting us into your life. I can’t wait to read more books by this author. I give this book five stars.

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