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A Feature Review of
A Journey through the Treasures and Transforming Power of a Reading Life
Paperback: Tyndale, 2018.
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Reviewed by Crystal Hurd
I have a rather large library in my home, and nearly all of the books I own were purchased upon the recommendation of a good friend whose judgment (and literary tastes) I trusted. Nothing is more pleasant than hearing a dear friend exclaiming that I “simply have” to read a new book. Nearly all of the authors that I adore now were at one time a suggestion. The same is true with Sarah Clarkson’s latest work Book Girl.