Written by: Paul Angone
Published by: Moody Publishing
I am in my twenties. I have been for a while, actually. So, this book was appropriate to me, and I thought I would give it a read.
101 Secrets for Your Twenties is a book of shorts tips and advice and just comments on life as a person who is in their twenties.
Who the book is for:
Those in their twenties, obviously. Male or Female.
What I liked:
The “chapters” are short – there are a hundred and one of them – and easy to read.
Written in a fun way, with plenty of humor mixed in.
I could really identify with a lot of this book, and it was really nice to know that I am not alone. Going through your twenties can be tough, as you figure out the rest of your life, but not I know that it is like this for others, too.
What I didn’t like:
I found Wine 101 a bit weird to be included in a Christian book. Yes, I know that not all Christians are against drinking – most probably aren’t – but I still just found it a bit weird.
Some of the stuff that the author says about dating is just wrong. Like, you’re supposed to date a bunch so you know what kind of guy or girl you want and what kind you don’t… “Dating is simply about honing your taste.” Okay… I have to disagree with his opinion on that.
Overall, this book was a bit eye-opening and good to read, with just a couple of problems.
I give 101 Secrets for Your Twenties 3 out of 5 stars.
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