Saturday, February 21, 2015
Nonfiction Review: A Glorious Dark by A.J. Swoboda
What follows his introduction are short and easy-to-read thoughts on various topics. However, A.J. never addresses the abuses of these "days" in a specific manner, and his many stories and lessons are difficult to connect to each other and to the Friday, Saturday, Sunday outline of his book. That said, I did thoroughly enjoy reading "A Glorious Dark," much thanks to Swoboda's addicting writing style. Due to the scattered organization, I didn't take much away, but I do hope to read the book again some day for further takeaways.
*Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Wheeler Reviews at 11:58 AM