Miller undertakes a humorous and revealing journey as he edits his life into a purposeful and meaningful experience. In his trademark style, the ...Show synopsisMiller undertakes a humorous and revealing journey as he edits his life into a purposeful and meaningful experience. In his trademark style, the author of "Blue Like Jazz" invites readers into their own process of looking at life through the lens of what makes for a memorable and satisfying story.Hide synopsis
Specialized audience of folk seeking new breath into thieir faith. Some of that group will be familiar with some of his other writing. This book has a curious twist using a couple of non-faith movie makers as the speakers of some of the subtle truths. Worth the read if you are looking to grow -- will be boring otherwise.
In Donald Miller?s A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I Learned While Editing My Life you will certainly find honesty if nothing else.
It my policy to only promote edifying christian books. And although the book did herald the goodness and mercy of God and did encourage the reader to a better life, I cannot recommend this book as it does contain very inappropriate references.
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