Thursday, March 15, 2018

Book Review: We Stood Upon the Stars by Roger W. Thompson


We Stood Upon the Stars by Roger W. Thompson is a memoir by an author who loves to travel.  In this book, he takes readers along for the ultimate road trip. In this book, he writes various vignettes, organized by location.  Each one explores his family background, relationship with his family, and what really matters. The author has a great ability to bring readers along and make them feel present on his adventures.  While this is a Christian book, I would say that it is more about life lessons and finding out what really matters than it is about finding out truths about God.  This is the perfect book for those who love adventures and outdoor exploration.  However, it is difficult to read through this book in one setting.  Chapters can be read one at a time and have little to do with each other.  I think this book would be great to keep and read a chapter before visiting the place mentioned.  Overall, this is a good book, but it is very choppy and hard to read in one setting.  I received this book from Blogging for Books.  These opinions are entirely my own.

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