Featured Review: The Message? by Avam Hale

Discuss the June 2015 book of the month, "The Message?" by Avam Hale.
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Leah's journey to finding God is praise worthy. However, this is not my kind of book. But, thanks for a wonderful review!
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Challenge accepted but I couldn't help to say "hmmm." This book deepens one's belief. It also challenges the reader's philosophy. I found this book informative.
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Maybe Leah was with God and Maybe she wasn’t. Her message should have been embraced because it isn’t even too much to ask. I do believe she was God though. I really just want to read this book to get a full detail of what went down.
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Part of the review keeps me wondering about how it may go. A thinking thriller? It will be nice seeing whether I will pick the reviewer's favourite as mine as well. Thanks.
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Post by Annieblue »

I think this Book deserves 5 star.
I love how the author describes the true meaning of life. Trusting our loving creator.
A world full of uncertainties but with God nothing is impossible.
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Post by Simon Evans »

twinkle09 wrote: 11 Feb 2022, 04:45 Leah's journey to finding God is praise worthy. However, this is not my kind of book. But, thanks for a wonderful review!

Men has journeyed far away, to misty mountains, places deeps, dungeons in search of GOLD and costly substance.
We must awake to our choices on being a poor lover or rich lover because the difference matters.
Lack! always lacking is a boring circumstance, so it is interesting to have what to love with.
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Post by Srilakshmi Arkoti »

The title of the book 'The Message' has a lot to say about how the book can be seen from the readers point of view. I enjoyed reading the review as you weaved the book clearly to its readers.Thanks for a great review.
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Thanks for a great review. For me, it is the eye on the cover that would make me pick the book.
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