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The Man Comes Around by Dave Urbanski
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Mar 26, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: 2010
Read from March 21 to 26, 2010

My dad grew up (literally) just down the road from the Cash family in northeast Arkansas, and my uncle later married Johnny’s sister, so I’ve always had an interest in the “Man in Black.” J.R. Cash grew up in an environment of faith and at the start of his career, desired only to sing gospel music. Yet he also had a great capacity for sin, and it manifested itself regularly as he became a national star on the music scene. But no matter the roller-coaster that was his life, he always came back to the faith that he grew up on. This is a compelling account of Johnny’s life and career, with a focus on his faith and walk with God, and I really enjoyed it.
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