Alla Campanella and Ken Massey take a satirical look at secret keeping in “The Skeleton Code”. They make fun of the variety of ways we try to keep our shameful secrets locked away so others can’t see them sometimes even from those who love us best.
They cover the secrets of spouses, politicians, co-workers, etc., but our secrets while remaining covered sometimes keep us from happiness. The last two chapters cover dealing with our secrets with honesty and transparency in order to live a happier life.
To be honest, after reading the first several chapters, I wondered why the book was written. While there was some humor (most of it I’d heard before), it did not maintain my interest very long.
The last two chapters are the most beneficial if you truly want to let out those secrets that are stealing your happiness and joy. Don’t buy this book if you aren’t a fan of satire; it will only annoy you. Do not purchase it if you aren’t interested in revealing your secrets and free yourself from their shackles.
The best thing about the book is that its publisher, Morgan James, donates a percentage of all book sales for the life of each book to Habitat For Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg. For more information, visit www.MorganJamesBuilds.com.
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