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Every Bitter Thing is Sweet

I really struggled connecting with the author of the book. Then I realized that I just didn’t care for her “poetic” style; reminded me a bit of Ann Voskamp, which I didn’t care for. Putting the style of the book aside, I thought the content was really good. She shares about incredibly deep and personal […]

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I didn’t know a lot about this book on the outset of reading it. I knew it was about a young woman who decided to hike the Pacific Crest Trail after the death of her mother in order to “find herself”. I was taken a little off-guard at how Strayed was unashamed at most of […]

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I began reading this book to mark off another “classic” that I haven’t read. I found this to be a very typical Shakespeare — tragic, murderous, and people with highly questionable morals. Not to say I didn’t enjoy it, but it wasn’t a favorite. Find in Catalog

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Overall, I really enjoyed this book! Oftentimes, Christian fiction lets me down a bit, but Rubart did a wonderful job developing his characters and providing an interesting, thought provoking story. I was most intrigued by the development of Micah and the voice in the room. Find in Catalog

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