Rebekah H.'s Reviews > The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant: Principles for Successful Living

The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant by Terry Felber
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Jan 26, 12

bookshelves: finance-and-business
Read in January, 2012

Great principles, not writing :)
This is a good way to introduce solid Biblical financial principles to young people and families. Just don't expect much as far as literary quality.

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message 1: by J. (new) - rated it 5 stars

J. Well, darn. When I see a review like this about a book I love I immediately jump to that individual's book list to see if they've read Twilight, then proceed to rip them a new one for not knowing squat about literary quality. But... seeing how you gave Twilight a generous two stars I guess I'll just have to keep it to myself. :)

Rebekah H. 2 stars is generous for "Twilight," but it was sheer entertainment quality that made me up the star from one. And I didn't care enough to hate it. I typically give one star to the "Worst Books of All Time," 2 to badly written/boring books that I didn't care enough to hate, and 3 to average reads that I didn't "love." 4 & 5 stars are reserved for the "love" & "wow!"

message 3: by J. (new) - rated it 5 stars

J. I hear ya, I was just poking. I'm no writer by any means, but I hate to see someone knock the quality of a book I love and then in their book list they've given Twilight and the 50 shades series 5 stars. I'm always like "Oh, where do I start?".

Any Dave Ramsey fan is fine by me. :D

Have an awesome day, Rebekah.

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