4 out of 5 stars
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I took great pleasure in this read. This book is quiet captivating, in my opinion. It brought over me the feelings of hope and gratitude. As I read through the pages, I was able to imagine, in my mind, the scenes and characters of each scene and related them to myself and my own life. It seems that no matter what the book depicted, the reader might have some relatability to the characters. The book really pulls you in and gives you the urge to want to read all day. My eyes were glued to the pages for hours. This book is ideal for Christian families to read together during a devotion within their households or even a youth group setting in a church, as well as other Christian based family settings. It gives you insight for the future for what may come, as well as your past or present self on how to handle hurt or emotional pain that is hard to deal with. The different scenarios in the book are relatable and can bring feelings of comfort and healing to the reader. It gives you a feeling that you are not alone no matter what has happened in your past or current state.
The scriptures used are very powerful and they go right along with the scenarios within the books. All of the characters had something glorifying to say for every plot and scene in the book. The details are very smooth and makes it easy to put the pictures of whats going on in your mind. It is very easy to follow along with.
I give this book a rating of 3 out of 4 because it is one of the best books I have read, however there were some typos and punctuational errors that I had come across. The book would have had a 4 out of 4 rating if there were no errors at all. Very great book all around besides the errors.
Overall, I rate the book a 4 out of 5 because of how relatable it is and the details were very smooth. The book is very good and I would recommend it to anyone.
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