The new book Twirl by well-known author and speaker Patsy Clairmont is a fun little book to read. I think it's aim is to bring a breath of fresh air into the spiritual lives of Christian women living in westernized cultures, and it achieves that goal with ease.
Patsy's conversational writing style, combined with her anecdotal tales, make for a light-heated book. The short chapters can be read in any order, so readers are free to pick and choose topics that best suit their current needs. She's down-to-earth, no-nonsense. This is classic Patsy Clairmont.
I would say this book probably is better suited to women of the next generation, as I'm not at the stage of life wherein I could appreciate many of the experiences, hobbies, and problems shared in Twirl. But even with the age/interest differences, I was able to glean nuggets of truth from Patsy's book.
From facing your fears to trying new hobbies, aging gracefully and continuing to learn new things about your family, Twirl is full of ways to keep the winds of life blowing anew. If you're looking for a fast, easy read, this just might be the next book you read.
On my "Page Turner Scale" of 1 to 5, I gave this book a 4.
Disclaimer ~ I received this book free of charge for review purposes from BookLook Bloggers (formerly BookSneeze). All opinions shared here are solely my own.
Day 310 done :)
Jan L. Burt
author of The Homeschooling Mothers Bible Study