DJGBC Book Review: Tameka Oliver-Hicks “Dysfunctional”

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4.0 out of 5 stars Suspenseful thriller of a troubled youth, February 4, 2013
This review is from: Dysfunctional: (The root of betrayal) (Paperback)

Dysfunctional by Tameka Oliver-Hicks, this is a or so it seems. The more this suspenseful account reveals, the more you want to know. You want to understand the root of the character’s dysfunctional behavior. Tameka does a wonderful job of describing the character’s background and her troubled childhood. As a reader you get drawn in and at times believe that there is something really dysfunctional about Tamara or is there? Is something more sinister being gradually revealed, is she truly dysfunctional or is there a calculated plot for revenge. Her seemingly uncaring attitude is slowly peeled away and her intricate plan to correct all the wrong that has been done to her is methodically revealed. The story slowly unfolds, giving very little away until finally the questions are answered.

Everyone deals with pain and suffering in their own special way. Sometimes we take for granted that person’s seemingly dysfunctional behavior can be ruse to hide their pain or a cry for help.
A brilliant story line filled with twists and turns that will keep your attention and leave you wanting to know more, wanting to know what Tamara will do next. Sit back and enjoy this suspenseful journey of a troubled teenager and her dreams of changing the hand she was dealt.
Avid Reader Rob Jones
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