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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
The Most Beautiful Girl in the world: A True Story of a Dad, a Daughter, and the Healing Power of Music by Tamara Saviano is a gripping, mightily raw, but marvelously written book introducing readers into the bitter memories, and exciting successes, the author endured throughout a lifetime of struggles with herself, family members, boyfriends, and generally her father.
Life is an ocean filled with unknown chaotic waters that we all must try to face and overcome. Author Tamera Saviano allows readers to plunge right into her life's ocean to observe her unstable childhood, complex family and friend relationships, and self-improving journey to search for true independence, freedom, and happiness. Throughout this author's childhood and adulthood journey of self-discovery, the one thing that remains constant and unchanging is her treasured and undeniable connection with music. Innocently being introduced to such greats as Johnny Cash, as a mere infant being sung a lullaby by her father, the author will develop a deep comparable connection with Mr. Cash and her own father. Tamara Saviano courageously tells the world her "rags to riches" story, so to speak. Emotionally poor from verbal neglect of her childhood years, the author carries those scars with her each step of the way traveling towards her own adulthood, not allowing herself to succeed and truly be happy until she lets go of her past demons. Tamara Saviano's The Most Beautiful Girl in the World is an exceptionally emotional book for readers of all ages to read, enjoy, and share.