CAFE CONFIDENTIAL: An unfiltered and intimate memoir by Lynda Filler – Review by Jennifer Gordon

CAFE CONFIDENTIAL: An unfiltered and intimate memoirCAFE CONFIDENTIAL: An unfiltered and intimate memoir by Lynda Filler
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was an inspiring and empowering read, and it really is a unfiltered and intimate memoir by author Lynda Filler. Honestly written, you can feel Lynda’s personal connection to the story and her emotions really come through in her narrative, making this a totally immersive and engaging read. A heartwarming and positive memoir of a very brave and adventurous lady, who literally sold everything and bought a one way ticket around the world. Knowing there was no turning back she looked forward and took on the world. I love the title of this memoir, ‘Café Confidential’, that alone had me hooked and then as Lynda shared her adventures and her secrets with us, the reader, I was gripped. I felt as though I was there with her, seeing, smelling, touching, tasting, and feeling what she did as she traveled to France, India, Israel, Malaysia, and Turkey. Lynda’s aim was to, “Perhaps I can convince you that it’s never too late to follow your dreams”, and she has definitely done that for me. The added coloured photos dotted throughout the book really added to the whole experience for me as I could picture where she was and along with her wonderfully detailed narrative the book just flowed. This memoir strayed with me long after I had finished reading it and I have gone back and read particular parts again.

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