Johnston's writing style may be good for a column, but it was wearing for a whole book. I didn't take much away from this, personally. I liked hearing the personal stories with President Hinckley, Neal A. Maxwell and President Monson. The parts about Bolivia were also nice. The parts about getting "lost" and "rescued" (which one would expect to comprise the bulk of the book) were surprisingly brief. Like, a page, each. Even so, this isn't a waste for a Sunday read, and it had the added plus for me of featuring more than one person from Brigham City that I actually know. Woot. I'm practically famous.