Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Review of A Place Called Blessing by John Trent with Annette Smith

A Place Called Blessing by John Trent with Annette Smith is a captivating, emotional book. It is fiction, but I could relate to a lot of feelings of being unloved that the main character, Josh, faced. Josh's parents died in a car accident when he was little and he and his siblings were moved around from foster home to foster home. When they finally found a family that would take them together and were happier, a tragedy strikes and Josh was no longer wanted. It brought feelings of being unwanted to the surface, because I felt that way most of my preteen and teenage years. The book brought many tears, but it also helped heal some past hurts. The end of the book showed unconditional love and forgiveness. It was absolutely beautiful. I would definitely recommend this book to others. I did not want to put it down.

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