To Thine Be the Glory
by Angela D. Martin
Print Length: 50 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse UK (April 17, 2018)
Genre: Christian, Memoir, Religion
My Rating: 3.5 of 5.0
This is a book that outlines the testimony of the authors life and how she officially came to faith and realized that there was a call of God on her life.
This is an interesting sharing of the author’s introduction to God during her childhood and her mature choice as an adult to recognize the call of God in her life and to seek a closer relationship with Him. I give the author kudos for sharing her personal journey through life's struggles and mistakes.
I would love to give this a higher rating as the content is meaningful to me. However, although the situations are interesting, the telling is terribly disjointed. English may be a secondary language for the author but, more importantly, the work is in desperate need of editing. The events do not appear sequentially which adds to the incohesive and awkward nature of the reading. I did read from a proof version, but I wouldn’t expect even a proof to have the extent of editing errors. I think with solid, proper editing this would make an appropriate memoir of a faith journey.
Source: Review Request from PublishingPush. This qualifies for 2018 Alphabet Challenge.