Saturday, February 4, 2012

The Fourth Fisherman Book Review

The book started off a little weird for me. Interesting, kept me reading, but I was a bit lost without more of an into as to why we were going back and forth between the fisherman and this seemingly out of place other story. However, once it was explained further in the book, it all made sense and I couldn’t put it down. I wanted to know more!

This book has so many angles with at least 4 strong personal stories to follow that it can touch the hearts of almost anybody, if not everybody in some way. We’ve all been through things in our lives that we can relate to the ‘fisherman’ in one scenario or another.

This is a keeper for my library. I was moved to be able to witness through the author’s words how mysterious God’s work really is. Having experienced some of the same things in my own life, this book was testimony that I wasn’t ‘crazy’ when I felt the Lord’s hand in my life during some of my trials.

Thank you for the opportunity to read this book before it was released; having done so somehow gives me the illusion of being one step closer to God’s grace and mercy. I received this book free for my honest review by Waterbrook/Multnomah Publishing Group.

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I'm a caregiver to my husband who is permanently disabled. Life can be a bit challenging when it's not really about me at all. I've got two boys, 18 and 3 and they're both an added handful. I spend my spare time trying to keep from being bored and try to make it about me, life and socializing with others about how they spend their time. Hence, the birth of this blog!