Written by: Tyler Blanski
Published by: Zondervan
When I first read about it, I thought When Donkeys Talk sounded like an interesting book on the mystery and “magic” of Christianity. After reading it, I find myself a bit disappointed.
This book talks about some of the history behind Christianity, but doesn’t dwell on the story of Balaam and his donkey - or other “magical” Bible stories - as much as I thought it would.
Who the book is for:
What I liked:
A lot of the book is written in a humorous and fun way…
What I didn’t like:
…yet parts are really boring.
Wasn’t really what I expected.
Parts are hard to understand.
Overuses another word for donkey in an attempt to sound funny, which I found a bit immature.
This book wasn’t what I was expecting, and I found myself a bit disappointed.
I give When Donkeys Talk 2 out of 5 stars.
*I will not be keeping my copy of this book.
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