Written by: Marcia Moston
Published by: Thomas Nelson
I’ve said it many times, but I love autobiographies and memoirs, etc..
Call of a Coward is the tale of a middle class wife, who finds herself, reluctantly, following her husband’s lead to Guatemala and falling in love with missions.
Who the book is for:
Christian teens and adults, in all walks of life.
What I liked:
I loved the personal stories that the author shared.
Encourages the reader to think of taking part in missions.
The chapters were a good length.
Overall just easy and enjoyable to read.
What I didn’t like:
This is a good book, and I recommend it.
I give Call of a Coward 4 out of 5 stars.
*I am not sure whether I will be keeping my copy, or passing it on, at the moment.
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