I can’t give a “normal” review of a spiritual book, so I’m not going to try. Instead, I’ll say this: this book was a very good, personable read. It wasn’t a how-to manual, but did offer some wonderful suggestions for seeing the wonder in the everyday of life, like children do. (I miss that sense of wonder.) some of the suggestions were fantastic, including the prayers, but the author’s voice made you feel like you were sitting and chatting with him, not being lectured to. Definitely worth reading if you’d like to re-capture that childish sense of wonder, of seeing God amid the everyday.
(Galley provided by InterVarsity Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.)