Still, it's a good read, and the second half of the book is a little more connected.
While not becoming a famous Christian artist, Turner did work in the music industry for years, including time as the editor of CCM magazine.
Turner has a great sense of humor and successfully told his coming of age story in a way that was entertaining and honest.
Matthew Paul Turner has released books that do revolutionize a way that many people have perceived Christianity, and others who have felt a bit of an outcast from the world... Read morePublished 9 months ago by harmony78
I was hooked at his description meeting "Adam" (great description about his CCM-dar, p. 5, "He's right; he doesn't dress like the ordinary Christian, but he does dress like the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Son of Flintstone
Hear No Evil: My Story of Innocence, Music, and the Holy Ghost is a collection of personal stories by Matthew Paul Turner dealing with how music played a role in his life. Read morePublished on November 2, 2010 by A. Riley
I love humorous memoirs and this one did not disappoint. I'm actually glad that I read it a second time before reviewing it. Read morePublished on August 2, 2010 by Megan Wasneechak
I usually find something to like about the books I read. I'm easy to get along with. Yet, I don't like this book. Read morePublished on July 10, 2010 by Amazon Customer
This is a very confusing book. Is Turner a christian, has he left the Church or what? The book appears to be part theology, part personal devotion and part rambling of a not so... Read morePublished on June 30, 2010 by The Golden Reviewer
Matthew Turner is always easy to read and always funny. Growing up with a Baptist background, I could identify with much of what he described, and I enjoyed this book quite a bit. Read morePublished on May 10, 2010 by Mandy Hornbuckle
I have been following Matthew Paul Turner on Twitter for a while and I was excited to get the opportunity to review his new book. Read morePublished on May 4, 2010 by Lori Drumm
This book is hilarious. I related to it because of all the 80's culture references and appreciated the good-natured ribbing of Christian culture and biases. Read morePublished on April 23, 2010 by Jennifer Donovan