Anyone who reads and enjoys Richard Paul Evans as a fiction author will most certainly appreciate his talent for writing non-fiction as well. The length of this book is inviting, and undaunting, and I figured if I didn’t like it all that much, I wouldn’t have too much time invested in it. I’m not sure why I had doubts about this book; perhaps because inspirational non-fiction isn’t always as interesting and, well, inspiring as fiction to me.
Despite my slight doubt, I found this book to have lots of good tips and pointers on how not to live your life and how to live your life. Richard has obviously been through some tough times in his life, but he got through them and set up a formula to help himself and others live their lives to their full potential. If you are looking for a book that will lift your spirits and give you hope for better opportunities and relationships, this is a good place to start!
Profanity/Language: 1 mild obscenity
Violence/Gore: An adult woman is mentioned to commit suicide.
Mature Subject Matter:
Death of a parent.
Alcohol / Drug Use: