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Thursday, October 18, 2012

The Road to Reality Book Review

How many of you have seen the Survivor series on TV? I think I watched half of an episode one time, but after reading my latest book, The Road to Reality, I wish I had watched more. 

Whether you have seen the show or not, if you like adventure, travel, romance, learning great life lessons, and going for your dreams, then this is the book for you! I just happen to love all of those things, and I could hardly take a break from reading this book.

Settle in for a powerful, poignant story of inner strength and courage-and get a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at the making of Survivor, the world's most popular reality show.
Spinning their mutual love of exotic adventure into gold, Dianne Burnett and her former husband, TV producer Mark Burnett, co-created Eco-Challenge, an expedition-length racing event televised on Discovery Channel that catapulted them into the arena of reality TV and set the stage for Survivor—a modern-day Robinson Crusoe with a million-dollar prize. But Dianne and Mark's fairytale marriage did not survive their Hollywood success . . . she found herself left behind, her contributions unrecognized. She lost her partner in life and began to lose her identity. In that experience, she found an opportunity to grow.

From beginning to end, I was so amazed by author Dianne Burnett's journey through life as a young girl struggling through family issues all the way to her journey with husband Mark Burnett and Survivor to finding her own identity as a woman.

I kept finding myself sharing tidbits with my husband, because I found so many things incredible and unbelievable. Reading this book made me feel a bit like I was on the journey with Dianne, and I found myself being inspired by her! I can't recommend this book enough. Have fun, feel loss, enjoy excitement and be inspired with Dianne in The Road to Reality.

Find this great book at these retailers: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Chapters.Indigo, and Hay House.

*Cara was provided this book to review. No other compensation was given. All opinions are 100% her own.*

1 comment:

  1. This definitely sounds like an terrific book, especially if it does tell how the Survivor show was created. I do watch that show. Dianne Burnett seems like she has had an interesting life and I am sure she is an inspiring person.
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