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Review: I must admit I usually shy away from reading self-improvement books because I find them dry and a bit too patronizing for my taste. It was often that I perused such a book and reached a point where I could imagine the author somewhere at the back of my mind nagging me like an old lady that what I am doing is not right. This is not the case with „The Illuminator.” To my surprise, I found the book very pleasant and informative, offering good advice on a range of interrelated matters that I rarely paid a second thought to. The book acts like a guide on how to develop your intuition and feel better about yourself in general. Alongside these steps, the book also advises its readers on how to create a better link with the Universe or the Divine.
The book is well written, delving into complex matters and leading the reader through a journey to discover his true self and the gifts he possesses. Despite this, it has a fast pace, being able to deliver its words of advice in a concise and simple manner, without burdening the reader with too long phrases and over the top descriptions. In some places, I would have wished to see several matters developed further and more thoroughly, as I felt the chapter was just beginning to skim the surface. However, as far as guidance goes, the book offers a good direction that readers can choose to follow.
As far as negative points go, there are several typos here and there that managed to distract my attention as I was reading „The Illuminator.” Same with several unfortunate turns of phrasing that has me read those parts a second time in order to fully understand what the author wanted to say.
However, overall „The Illuminator” is a pleasant read that offers sound advice for those who feel as if their life is going in the wrong direction or perhaps going completely off course and wish to find a guideline of sort that offers aid in how to find a proper answer to the situation.