Book Review: Teetering On Disaster by Michaela Renee

Teetering On Disaster

Blurb:

It was 1992 when her father saw the economic collapse coming, he had two choices, the rough path or the easy path, and he chose the rough one… Dad began.Then, I interrupted, “DAD, ITS MY MEMOIR!” And then my Mompiped in and yelled, “OH MY GOD! I RAISED A BUNCH OF NARCISSISTS!” Let’s try again… Meet Michaela: she’s the girl nextdoor–except that “next door” happens to be a 27-foot 5th Wheel Trailer with no electricity or running water in the Sierra Nevada’s. At 17, she sets out to take on the world, but 10 years later, she finds herself right back where she started…in a small mountain town in the middle of nowhere. You’ll laugh and you’ll cry-sometimes at the same time- as she stumbles upon a few Mr. Right Now’s and other adventures on her quest to find love and uncover the girl she always was but had lost somewhere along the way. Join ‘Crazy Kayla’ and her nutty cast of characters for a little muddy-path Rock Crawlin’ through the true story of how her American Dream survives and thrives, in the face of life’s inconveniences and heartbreaking setbacks that sometimes leave her Teetering on Disaster.

Review:

I loved the first part of Michaela’s memoir. Her family moved from a house into a trailer with no electricity and basic necessities. I am not sure if I could cope with a life similar to that of the one she lived but all I can say is that I admire the family’s tenacity to stick together during tough times.

The second part describes her life post marriage and divorce, which can be a little depressing as things turn hard for her in her marriage life.

However, I enjoyed the sense of humor the author incorporated into the book.

Overall, I’d rate this book a 4 star.

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One thought on “Book Review: Teetering On Disaster by Michaela Renee

  1. I’m so glad you enjoyed ‘Teetering On Disaster’!

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