The Awakening is a story of courage, redemption, and discovery. Meet Meg Richards, a rather ordinary working mother who wakes up to discover how truly undiscovered she really is. As she begins to unravel her relationships, she discovers that being "real" might just be the key to her own redemption. Surrounded by people who are more interested in creating an image for themselves as opposed to just being themselves, she realizes that in order for her life to change, she must first understand that being perfect is not the key to happiness. She must also face the reality of her relationship with her husband, Craig. Her perceptions, her memories, and all of her relationships will be challenged as Meg tries to put her life back together, piece-by-piece. An unseen force is at play and will not stop until she remembers. A journey to the past will unlock these secrets and she will never be the same again. (Courtesy of Amazon)
This book is a very emotional read. It is true to life. How society has gotten so distorted that has made us get involved in roles that alienate us of our real self.
I let myself get into Meg’s character so I was able to laugh, cry and walk with her in her journey of taking control back of life. Meg is forced to reconnect with feelings that she has put away for so long in the process of discovering her real self.Any man or woman can relate to it, while it will make you reflect on how you are living your life. This is a good book. Definitely, I will recommend it to my family and friends.
Thank you Ana for coming over and doing a great review - I know you grabbed another one of my shelf so we'll look forward to seeing you come by again. :)