"MJ Andersen grew up in that vanishing place--the tiny prairie town. Her memories of the 50s and 60s, watching tv, playing with the neighborhood kids--and making the tough transition to the more urban part of America, will be familiar to anyone who grew up in a small town to live in a city--but carries that small town in her heart."
"Jen Lancaster's struggle with unemployment and her personal growth make a wonderful read. If you have lost your job either recently or in the distant past, read this book. The author's description of the unemployment office, the job search are very funny--but carry a serious message."
"Craig Ferguson's book could have been just one more 12 step memoir. But his humility, wit and love of his adopted country make the book memorable. As an American born in the U.S. it was wonderful to read about someone who became an "Americn on purpose," as most of our ancestors did."
"In this book a Brown University student goes to Liberty University, an evangelical Christian university, to find out what evangelicals are really all about. The very best thing about an Unlikely Disciple is the author's openness to ideas that are new and strange to him."