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Somewhat slow read. Ending undramatic.
The fragment was a very interesting book and I enjoyed it very much
Very good read.
I expected more. Didn’t live up to the reviews
When I read and review a book my default review style lends itself towards critical analysis. Sometimes this leads me to receiving critical responses :). I found The Fragment impossible to review in this manner.
It didn’t feel at all natural to stop reading in order to take notes as I often do. I was carried along on an ethereal journey. The search, the mystery… it is all filled with such beauty forged from joy, surprise, delight, longing, heartache and pain. In all honesty, I can not adequately explain the feeling that it invoked in me. I wish that I could as that is my “job”. But then again, isn’t that the mark of a truly good book? To be taken outside of yourself and be in the journey. Davis Bunn is in every way an expert writer as he excels in this.
Our protagonist Muriel is a creative soul who sees what most others do not. She sees deeply into the heart of the people around her and so she sees the strength and beauty of the French people recovering from the staggering wounds of the Great War. Muriel is rare. Additionally, Muriel is a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ and is wise in thought and deed. Her insights and photographs are soulful, gritty, real, fascinating, and intuitive. The Fragment as a story is one that I found beautiful in the same way that Muriel's view of the French people through the lens of her camera is beautiful.
Please read the rest of my review at https://blessedandbewildered.com
Product Type: Book
Item Number: #B36934
Publication Date: 2/19/2016
BISAC: RELIGION / Christian Living / General
Imprint: Franciscan Media
Trim Size: 139.7 mm X 215.9 mm X 5.08 mm
(Approx. 5.5 in X 8.5 in X 0.2 in X )
List Price: $ 3.00