Wednesday, January 25, 2017

The Skeleton Code

We all have secrets. And most of us want to keep them that way. In the book The Skeleton Code individuals reveal some of those secrets.

The Book

Psst, I have a secret. But I don't want anyone to know it. This book takes a look at what happens when we keep secrets. It uses humor to point out that we all have them. And often we will go to drastic measures to keep those secrets. Some things aren't meant to be shared with everyone, but keeping secrets for too long can be unhealthy. The first part of the book is satirical. And there are portions that will make you laugh. And the last section of the book offers some self help ideas.

What I Thought of The Book

I liked that this book approached a somewhat serious issue with a sense of humor. I think that we all often take ourselves too seriously when we want or need to make changes in our lives. But sometimes humor can point out really important things. And I like how the author points out that there is a cure for these hidden secrets.

Who Should Read This Book

If you have a sense of humor, and you are looking for a book that will help you deal with some of your inner secrets, this book is for you. But if you are looking for a book that is a more traditional self help book, you may not enjoy this one.

The Authors


The Skeleton Code is co-written by Alla Campanella and Ken Massey. Alla is an artist and photographer. Ken wears many hats in life, which include life coach and minister. You can learn more about the book and authors by visiting their website.

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