Trade Ed. Vibrance Press 2016
DD ISBN $13.96
With her slow-paced, comfortable diction, Hillary Huber's performance is a good fit for this illuminating memoir by an introspective entrepreneur. In 1974, the author started a play center that expanded to become a billion-dollar international brand. After an eating disorder forced her to exit the company and lose almost everything, she emerged from inpatient treatment, reinvented her life, and went on to found a line of yoga studios. The author describes these transitions and their associated challenges with sensibilities that make her sound very human. Her writing also illuminates the conflicts that entrepreneurial women face when balancing personal and business priorities. Speaking intimately and with the humble satisfaction of someone who has worked through a complex life journey, Huber gives the author's story appealing credibility and emotional impact. T.W. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: OCTOBER 2016]
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