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Through Painted Deserts by Donald Miller
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Feb 13, 2010

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bookshelves: christianity, american-literature
Recommended for: fans of non-fiction; Christians; anyone
Read from July 09 to August 02, 2008

Donald Miller's chronicle of his journey from Texas to the West coast is an easy, and fun read. It's full of whimsical moments, and serious ones to balance it out. His personal musings on God and Christianity were my favorite portions of the book, but they are not the majority in the novel. Miller's writing is clear and intelligent.

This is an excellent book for someone looking for a good read, or for someone searching for something a little deeper (but not too much deeper). I would recommend this book to virtually anyone.

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