Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Jesus, the Cia and me

My favorite type of book has always been an autobiography and this book did not let me down. The author had me spell bound from the first page. Not only do we get a glimpse of his life but he subliminally lets us into the life of his fantastic mother, and very ill father. The journey that the author takes from his troubled childhood, mixed up teenage years, college and then adulthood is very troubled but interesting. I love how the author tells how God took charge of his life at a very, very young age and never let go. It was a long journey before he realized how God had never let go of him and never left his side. It was a lesson for many of us even if we do not have to go through the trials and tribulations that he did. I strongly recommend this book. I received this book for free from Booksneeze and was in no way required to give a good review!