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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Tomlinson is entirely open and vulnerable in the sharing of his struggles, achievements, and the valuable lessons hes learned in his relationship with the Lord. Insightful conclusions are made and a couple of stories in particular show Gods majesty. There is no overarching verse that correlates with the book, but multiple times Tomlinson uses Scripture to support his conclusions.
Although there are several strong, positive aspects of the book, the inspiring thoughts and stories are ultimately, unfortunately, outweighed by the not-so-inspiring. The book is more like Tomlinsons own testimony than a devotional or how-to book. Several times his main points drift off into various stories which dont quite connect or come together.
Crave is aimed toward teenagers and adults, but the type of humor and sometimes watered-down message inadvertently make it speak to a younger audience. The book as a whole doesnt seem as textually strong or connected as it should be. Ultimately, Crave falls short in offering its readers what it advertises as a book discussing how to fulfill ones crav
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