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Monday, April 18, 2011

Max on Life by Max Lucado

Have you ever wanted to sit down with Max Lucado and ask some of those tough questions about life?  Apparently you aren’t the only one because Max compiled a book of 172 questions he has been asked and the answers to those questions in his newest book, Max on Life.  They range from hope and hurt to home and the hereafter (and everything in between that begins with the letter “h”).  Lucado also includes a topical index and scripture index to make it even easier to find the answer to a specific question you may have.
I initially sat down with this book to quickly peruse the topics and expected to only read a few pages in that sitting.  It was such an easy read that I finished half of the book without even realizing it.  As I read, I marked several pages that I wanted to share with family members or friends who were asking the same questions. This book was everything I expected from one of my favorite authors and then some.  In traditional Max Lucado style, he backs up every answer with scripture and love.
One of my favorite parts of the book is the reading guide at the back which offers a concise list of Lucado’s books with the main scripture for each book and a list of his books according to subject matter.
BookSneeze® has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review.

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