Tuesday, June 7, 2011


I couldn't not get into this book simple because,basically I was trying to understand where it was going.It talks about a vinyard, the growth of it,but its being compared to the teachings of the bible.When it was talking about the vineyard it was as though she was (the author) refering to her past as a child. Then it goes on to quote some  scripture frome the bible.Then she poses question in the book as though(the author) is tryng to connect with the reader.After that it explain  a couple of situations were it  refers to the bible,and the vineyard.When I think I'm settle into her (the Author) explaining ,and possible helping someone out,it goes back to the story  of her being in a vineyard,and how her father carefully takes care of the vines,and the fruit from it.
I just couldn't connect,or you might say follow the path that the author was trying to potray in her book,and to be quite honest I didn't get the conection of the vineyard,and how the bible were one in the same.It was like her expliaining the bible through a story from her past of being on a vineyard then it goes on with helping some one with the explantion of the bible.Then in a couple of paragraphs she  would say in the next few chapters you(the reader) will  understand or follow  what I'm talking about.As though  reading it wouldn't just explain what she was already talking about.

★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
So in other words  I just had to put the book aside.It was to much of trying to follow what the book was all about. 
 "I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review"

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