If I Only Knew by Bailee Walker (Book Review #1270)


If I only knew is a non-fiction self-help book written to enable the reader the ability to learn certain life skills that weren’t necessarily taught in school. I believe this is a good source of information since we often learn these things from mistakes, and if you know a few of these structural life skills, you would make fewer mistakes and have even fewer heartbreaks.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The information is organized and is for anyone and everyone to use. That is the beauty of this book. It’s not just for professionals or written for a specific audience.

The literature is written well, and because of that, you can expect to learn a few things at the end of it. I recommend this book to people who wish to improve their lives and learn how to navigate them more constructively.

Written by Jeyran Main

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