After decades of failed relationships and painful drama, Donald Miller decided he’d had enough. Impressing people wasn’t helping him connect with anyone. He’d built a life of public isolation, yet he dreamed of
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Sorry Donald Miller. I’m giving this 3 stars. Don’t get me wrong. It’s vulnerable and honest. And on the other hand it’s totally one note. Besty saved you. We get it. But chapters and chapters about one person wore me out. If you’d had more stories about other people who you shared intimacy with it would have meant more for me.
Also…I adore this author but…he was a little to “Guys are guys and Girls are girls” for me. Yawn.
I admire Donald Miller. I admire his courage. I admire his tenacity. And I admire his ability to tell a story. Make no mistake – this guy can write!
Admiring Don Miller does not mean I agree with everything he believes. There’s a good deal I disagree with. Yet I appreciate his gifts and insight. For me, reviewing a Don Miller book is like walking a tight rope. On one hand, I have conservative friends who question why I even read the guy. But Miller fans label my critique as “narrow” or “too evang
I devoured this book, as I always do with Don’s writing. I feel ok calling him that because his books feel moe like a conversation with a friend than a traditional book. While A Million Miles… will probably always be my favorite of his books, this one hits a little more close to home. He details how his intimacy problems kept him from getting married until he was 42. As a 30 year old who hasn’t dated much, I see a lot of the same trends in my own life. You get to a point where it’s just more c