Sunday, March 9, 2014
Review: Heaven is For Real Movie Edition
I actually just found the book fairly boring. The father, Todd Burpo, tends to go off on tangents in his writing, assisted by professional author Lynn Vincent. And they tell the WHOLE story, even the details that really don't seem all that relevant to me.
This is a good book for beginners looking for an intro to heaven. It also provides a lot of hope for parents who have lost young children or mothers who have had miscarriages.
The behind the scenes looks at the movie at the end of the book are fairly interesting. They include interviews with actors and other crew members. I would have enjoyed a longer interview with the original Colton Burpo, now in his teenage years.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Wheeler Reviews at 12:00 AM