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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
A Broken Man is a work of non fiction by author Trevor Stewart, self described as a focus on ‘The Rocky Shoals of Marriage, Remarriage and Divorce’. A relatively short but heartfelt volume, the book tells the tale of its author, Trevor, from a perspective of newfound hope in his new life. Once Trevor was deep within a loveless marriage with no idea how bad his situation was, believing that faith alone would help to sort things out. Once he was out and broken by the experience, as the title suggests, Trevor realized that faith alone was not enough, and he developed an active positive attitude towards life to help him through, which he now shares with others in his book.
Life is very hard sometimes, and I found my reading experience of A Broken Man was cathartic for me as well as the author. Many of us have been through times when we just had to hope that things would improve and we could stay with that person we fell in love with and rebuild with them, and this book encapsulates that painful hope perfectly. I think anyone going through a hard break-up, especially after a long marriage, is sure to take comfort in the fact that author Trevor Stewart has been there, and is brave enough to write about it. His path through may not work for everyone, but it will certainly show that there is a way through and you have to find it for yourself by being positive and proactive.