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Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite
Kill Robin Hood: The Surprising Truth About What It Really Takes to Get Rich! by Janine Elias is a book for people who don't know how to manage their money, use their credit card too often, who work in a job they do not really like, spend too much money on unnecessary things, and as a result never become rich. This book is all about recognizing why you are poor (or not rich), and what you need to change to arrive at a comfortable level of wealth.
I can see how valuable Kill Robin Hood: The Surprising Truth About What It Really Takes to Get Rich! by Janine Elias can be for the intended target group. However, I felt it was not exactly the right book for me, because much of the information I had already applied in my own life. I think that the book is extremely helpful for people who have never before read a book like this, and who have never asked themselves why they are not as successful and wealthy as they would like to be in their lives.
From my own experiences in life, I can confirm that the author knows what she is talking about and that the introduced topics will indeed be able to make a difference in the reader's life, if he or she honestly works through each chapter and also does the helpful exercises. The things written about in the book are truly very important steps towards finding a way out of financial misery and/or finding out what keeps you from being wealthy. What Janine Elias does well is present advice from many other sources (and she gives you a good list of books to read, too) in a different, easily understandable way.