Written by: Carre Armstrong Gardner
Published by: Tyndale
When I read about Better All the Time I thought that it sounded like something that I would love to read. This book focuses on a family of adult children and all of the issues that various characters face.
Who the book is for:
Those who enjoy reading about numerous characters in one book.
What I liked:
The family is interesting and I like the interactions between all of the characters.
Parts of the book are interesting or touching.
The story of Sephy and her weight loss is inspirational.
What I didn’t like:
This book is quite random, with a lot of stuff included that really doesn’t need to be in it.
This book didn’t really touch me in the way that I thought that it would when reading about it.
One of the characters in the book is gay, and I didn’t really see a place for this in a Christian book. The other characters just act like that lifestyle is completely normal and accepted, despite their faith.
Overall, this is an okay read.
I give Better All the Time 3 out of 5 stars.
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