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Enthralling

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Reviewed: 25-11-2020

What an extraordinary life, I was gobsmacked at the things this wonderful lady has lived through. This is an gem of a book, captivating and well written. Highly recommended.

Refreshingly different

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Reviewed: 17-02-2019

I really enjoyed this. I am a fan of Johnny Cash so getting the back story on the events surrounding the Folsom prison album was intriguing and engaging. I enjoyed the style of production, like a documentary taking you on a journey of discovery with real life recordings of people involved in the story. More like a radio program than an audiobook.

Outstanding

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Reviewed: 16-01-2019

An excellent rendition of an amazing story. This is a must read/listen book for the Christian reader. I'll be buying hard copies if this book to give to family and friends.

Undewhelmed

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Reviewed: 07-01-2019

After books on prayer by A W Tozer and Derek Prince, I found this book to be lightweight, more milk than meat. I got to chapter 3 hoping it would improve but have given up. While scholarly there isn't much revelation here for a seasoned Christian. Regret purchasing.

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Good practical guide

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Reviewed: 02-01-2019

Good practical advice on dealing with bipolar in the family. Much of the information given is relevant to the US though.

Would have preferred another narrator

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Reviewed: 22-02-2018

While this narrator does a good job - he just has the wrong voice for Wigglesworth. His voice is too young and smooth - it doesn't fit with the character and nature of the man Smith Wigglesworth and comes across as unnatural which is a great shame because the content is so good. I highly recommend the book - great teaching on moving in the Spirit but would recommend another narrator.

A must read

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Reviewed: 18-11-2017

This was a great read. His story is gripping enough in itself but also his storytelling, as an accomplished poet, is excellent. He honestly helped me appreciate the relief of finding freedom - made me tremble to consider how easily we take our freedoms for granted. He also gives a clear explanation of North Korea, its history and government, from the perspective of first hand experience - a perspective that noone can understand looking from the outside, and this makes this book an invaluable work.

Great - enjoyed it.

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Reviewed: 31-08-2017

With all the angst in the world we need to hear more that God is good. This is a book worth reading.