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Book Review: My Brother My Enemy: The Final Chapter by Adrienne Nairn

Adrienne Nairn is a former British resident now living in New Zealand. Her autobiography provides a record of her first hand experiences of the issues of elder abuse, the waste of Police and Social Services resources, misuse of Powers of Attorney and matters of how inheritances are handled within families in the aftermath of the loss of a loved one.

Published: May 2016

Genre: Memoirs/Autobiography

My Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (5/5)

My Brother My Enemy by Adrienne Nairn is a beautiful tale about a bitter family feud

This is my first time reading a memoir by anyone and I have to say that, even though it is a sad tale, I enjoyed reading about the experiences and the struggles the author went through during such a difficult time in life. The author portrayed her story so well that I sometimes forgot that it was based on real events. Well written and my interest was kept throughout.

My Brother My Enemy is a heartfelt, thought provoking tale that many people can relate to. The author recounts a time of greed, corruption, and abuse that tears through her family, and she does it so beautifully. This book is a must read for anyone who has experienced the same terrible ordeal, or simply those who want to read about the struggles that happen even today.

My Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (5/5)

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