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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
Within this non-fiction inspirational book - Amer I Can: You Need Never Again Be a Victim of Your Own Emotions - author Leonard Ryzman writes on the topic of dynamic emotion, explained numerous times throughout the book as extreme enthusiasm and relentless determination. After reading it, I would classify this also as a self-help book. Throughout the book, as stated above, dynamic emotion is the main topic, but going along with that are suggestions on how to listen to your subconscious and use negative thoughts and energy towards positive, happy emotions, allowing you to drive those emotions forward to create success.
I was exceptionally intrigued by the way the author conveyed the theme of the book. Starting with a main topic, with a detailed explanation, and adding sub-topics with a true story as an example was in my opinion genius. It is often hard to portray the actual emotion, drive, determination, and experience in writing, but by having all those put into a true story of events, it allows readers to mentally relate and understand more easily. Leonard Ryzman succeeds with his understanding and treatment of emotions. I thoroughly enjoyed reading his work. I found myself saying things like, "Yes, I let one bad emotion ruin my day all the time, and I need not do that! What's stopping me from pursuing exactly what I want in life?" I will be using this as a personal self help reference for my own emotions. I would suggest this to friends, family, and anyone interested in reading about the subconscious mind and emotions.