However, I know myself well enough to know that it's better for me to write about what I've read than to not, least I forget what it was that I found most compelling about any given read.
Certain books give you pause and make you want to linger over great and interesting stories and Christy, by Catherine Marshall was that for me.
And, as a member of the viewing public, when I disagree with what they are saying I have a very simple remedy.
I am happy to consider reviewing books on behalf of publishers.
Instead, I hastily devoured it, being absolutely unable to put it down.
I had seen the movie shortly after it had come out and found it haunting.I just couldn't bring myself to read them until we were through the process, not knowing how the read might effect my emotions at the time.) Well, here we are months later, adoption complete and I was definitely in the mood to read this amazing story.I launched into Not Without My Daughter assuming I'd spend a leisurely week with the book.I would fully understand if some viewers thought the movie was silly or inaccurate or biased.But several writers have used their reviews as an excuse to joyfully bash the United States.Of course, the book exists only because they eventually made it back.Never fear - knowing that fact in advance will not spoil the book for anyone!I maintain an affiliate account with Amazon and receive compensation for purchases which originate via the Amazon link provided in any given review.These days I seem to feel more like reading books without necessarily writing about them afterward, which I think is fine in seasons.Betty agreed to the trip but with great hesitations which she should have heeded.Agreeing and hoping to be in Iran for only two weeks, she and her daughter were devastated when their time in Iran was due to come to an end only to have Moody declare his intentions of staying in the country.