All Manner of Things (Book Reviews)
By Benjamin H. Liles
Susie Finkbeiner's book All Manner of Things has been a highly anticipated book of 2019. Before I jump into the review of this book I want to mention how dedicated of an author she is. Susie is the bestselling author of A Cup of Dust, A Trail of Crumbs, and A Song of Home. She volunteers her time at Ada Bible Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and she speaks at retreats and women's conferences throughout Michigan.
As far as All Manner goes Susie has done a wonderful job of weaving together a story of love between all characters. Considering the backdrop of the book is the Vietnam War, which no one really wanted, she's tackled the hardest part of researching the subject. As far as the treatment goes for this wonderful story of a family interwoven with history I believe she's done a superb job. I actually took my time reading this book so as to not miss anything. The one thing I would say I wish everyone takes away from reading this book is that all lessons in life are hard fought.
So, would I recommend this book to others? Hands down! I truly can say I loved reading this book and give my stamp of approval on. Susie Finkbeiner, in my opinion, has outdone herself on this book. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell for a fair and honest review.
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