Friday, January 29, 2010

Book Review for The Noticer

The Noticer by Andy Andrews is one of those books that is hard to put down once you begin reading. Not only does the author hold your attention with the story, but he also teaches some wonderful lessons about life. The little things in life that go unnoticed or people tend to take for granted, he brings back to the surface. In reading the lessons taught by Jones, I began to see many ways in which I need to apply them to my own life. I don’t know anyone that likes to admit that they are at fault, have made mistakes or bad choices, but we all have at some time or another in our lives. But the character, Jones, teaches what it means to be a true friend, to be a loving and loyal spouse, a loving parent, a fair and honest business person and so many other things. This book is great for any age to read. Jones is not bashful in who he speaks to- young and old they are all the same to him. I have enjoyed this book very much and will recommend it to my family and friends and anyone else along the way.
I would also like to thank Thomas Nelson for my complimentary copy of The Noticer.