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Read it once. I thought I would like to read it again. It's too Religious slanting on the side of more a Christian Fundmentalist perspective. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Rachel
This is a very encouraging book whether or not you have a disability. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone who has doubts or thinks your situation is different...Published 11 days ago by TexasGal
This was a purchase for someone and till this day we never heard that she liked it or not.Published 26 days ago by David T Harris
I read Joni's first book when it was published. I was 16 yrs. old then. I have recommended this
book to very many people through the years.
Joni's struggles and her pain really spoke to me. The truths of scripture that transformed her were just what I needed to read.Published 2 months ago by Connie Jean Akins
I read this when I was about sixteen or seventeen. I recently heard Joni on a Christian radio network and remembered her story so I purchased it and read it again. Read morePublished 2 months ago by andrew graves
The thing that I disliked is that it was kinda depressing and it gets really boring after the middle of chapter 1 I rate it 4 stars it's a good story thoughPublished 3 months ago by MaryJo Dunckley