The idea of reviewing a book—any book—about forgiveness is frightening. As a result, a reader’s inclination at the onset of reading Forgiveness: 21 Days to Forgive Everyone for Everything may be to just focus on the technical details. Indeed, would Iyanla Vanzant, self-help guru and bestselling author and host of the popular television show Fix My Life, between all her "beloveds" and personal anecdotes, actually help the reader move through his or her own process of forgiveness? Is the writing clear and concise and accompanied by real, hard examples on how to accomplish the various steps? Is the book good?