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Mercedes Sosa by Anette Christensen
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it was amazing
Read 2 times. Last read January 1, 2017.

What makes Anette Christensen’s book very special and touching, is the fact that she wrote it in deep respect for and admiration of Mercedes Sosa - one of the biggest Latin American artists.

How Mercedes Sosa transformed the author’s life is a fascinating journey of self-discovery. I felt involved immediately as a reader and enjoyed the way the author related Mercedes Sosa’s biography to her own life (from childhood to present). I found what she learned about neuroscience and mindfulness in her healing process very inspiring. What truly surprised me, is how powerful and transforming a positive connection between two people who never met can be. .

I’m a person who believes that everything happens for a reason at the right moment and Mercedes Sosa -The Voice of Hope just confirmed this. This book has taught me how to react in a constructive way to every challenge that life brings at a professional as well as a personal level.

Is a must-read to everyone who is searching for that “something” which is missing from their lives! It is an authentic, resourceful and life-changing book!

I highly recommend it!
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January 1, 2017 – Finished Reading
January 29, 2017 – Shelved (ebook Edition)
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