Book Review 4-23
Sunday, December 11, 2005
 
By Danielle V. Vinson
 
     Everyone has a breaking point.  A point at which it seems if the world hands out one more iota of bad news you will lose it.  In this riveting tale, The Breaking Point written by Janaya Black, we learn the story of Marion Hayes, a young woman that has been imprisoned for the murder of her husband, as told to journalist Vanessa Jackson.  Marion has experienced more than her fair share of hardships since the tender age of 11.  She has been through an, at times, melancholy menagerie of emotional ups and downs.   
   Throughout her teens and into womanhood you will travel on a veritable rollercoaster from the highest highs to the lowest of lows.  You are taken on a journey into the depths of her troubled mind and lost soul.   You will laugh with her, cry with her, and hurt with her ever step of the way.  This small novel will indeed take your breath away.  Discover what drives her to her breaking point.
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