Sunday, May 15, 2011

Review of Daddy Dates by Greg Wright

This book was a really good read. It was an easy book to read and I read it in one sitting on the plane. I had a misconceptio about the book but that changed after I read it. I thought this book was about a divorced dad who now dates to make his kis happy but in reality this book is about a married dad who takes his daughters on dates to get to know them and make them feel special. It gives them a way to bond and talk to their father and he can learn more about his daughters that he might not have been able to know. He learns what music they listen to,favorite foods,etc. And the kids feel special when the dad takes out time in his busy live to get to know them as indivuals. The best quote of all is on page 198 where the author says"I'm not a smart man...but I know what love is..." Without love, life is pointless. I will say this, this book does not have Christian undertones in it so it may not be a book that is about being a Christian or Christianty which people enjoy reading on but it still is a good book to read. My dad is the best dad in the whole world, he is always there for me and without him I would not be able to live. I hope he lives forever and does not die because I could imagine my life without him.

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