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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
A World for the Others is the story of Robert Lancaster, who had a complicated life as a child when he lost his parents. But despite these difficulties, he always focused on his goals. As he grew up, he found love, raised a family, and experienced great fortune.
However, this did not satisfy his conscience when he saw the injustices of life on a trip to India, where he witnessed the plight of homeless children. This discovery was the starting point of a struggle to help homeless children, seeking to give them love and hope for improvement. The problem was, his altruistic project caught the attention of corrupt people, who intended to take everything from him. Robert must face the biggest challenges of his life. Through this narration, D Oudit shares a motivational and empathetic story with the message of never giving up.
D Oudit has an entertaining narrative style because he knows how to handle several conflicts simultaneously. The reader experiences dramatic situations such as Robert's childhood and his encounter with homeless children. At the same time, there is romantic content when he meets Margot, the love of his life. Robert always must face difficulties with his work, family, and desire to help others. His life is not easy, but he shows that although sometimes things don't go as expected, we can achieve great goals with determination. In this way, A World for the Others conveys a beautiful message, teaching that worthwhile experiences nourish your inner self.