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4.0 out of 5 stars
July 17, 2013
By Elliott Cooper 

I’m going to review this book in a nutshell: the Vicious Cycle is just like karma, it’s a bitch…… But in the long run once you get rid of that vicious cycle and get spiritually connected with God things can turn around and that vicious cycle can be destroyed. This was an excellent book for any man or woman can read to hopefully help them to get out of that vicious cycle they made for themselves. This book kept me intrigued from beginning to end, I truly enjoy reading this book. I hope you purchase this book and add this book to your book club list of suggested reading to be discussed among your club membership.

5.0 out of 5 stars
July 8, 2013
By Linda Johnson

This author wrote this book with the understanding of what the circle of life has taught him, and moved him.I read this book and did not put it down until I finished, it is a must read. there is something in it for everyone, there is Reflection , Laughter , turmoil, Passion, Dedication to Family, Education and finding the key, For a man to have gone so far to the left and to make a complete turnaround to write about it is a Gift within itself. read it you will be better for it.I Loved it and recommend it.its a good read.

5.0 out of 5 star
July 7, 2013
By P O (JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, US)

This book is so true! Everyone needs to read this book. Cheaters need to see themselves and the pain they cause to innocent people.

4.0 out of 5 stars
June 14, 2013
By Tomie T Green

The author give us a candid look at a man who experienced pain in his first love relationship. Although he began as a good person, he went on to become a bad and an indifferent man to the women who crosses his path. There were clashes throughout his life and relationship disasters to match. Nonetheless, he comes full circle to a God who taught him the importance of forgiving himself and the women who he harmed, so that he coild forgive those who caused his cycle of pain. It a must read for men and women caught up in the cycle of painful relationships.