Book Review: The Heart Mender
As my last post mentioned, I am quite the Andy Andrews fan. It is quite possible that I enjoy reading his work more than any other author. There is just something about the peaceful feeling I receive when reading his stuff. So, I picked up The Heart Mender and began reading.
We were on a college trip headed to New Mexico. I had actually received two of this book so I gave one to a young woman on the trip and suggested she read it. She couldn’t put it down and neither could I. We were traveling 7-8 hours one way and were all in a van and we were being completely anti-social. I felt bad, but I couldn’t put the book down and neither could she. We both finished the book before the weekend was over.
The Heart Mender is a story of a Nazi submariner during WWII ending up on US soil and the challenges he goes through in his time here. As always, Andy Andrews tell the story beautifully. You become a part of the story and are pulled in so you feel attached to the characters.
The Heart Mender is another Andy Andrews book that I believe is a must read. A great story that has so much life application not to mention entertainment value. Can you tell I liked it?
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