Friday, November 11, 2011

Review of the book The Encounter by Stephen Arterburn

This book was a wonderful read. I read it in 2 hours just sitting my couch relaxing. This story is about a man who goes to Alaska to find his long lost mother who give him up for adoption a long time ago and tries to find out why she did what she did and they ended up being friends. It is a really good book and I would recommend it to anyone.

And its not your typical religious book like the others but still an enjoyable book nonetheless. I think I would personally like to read more books by this author. I like learning about adoption because I think its a selfish act because if you cannot take care of a child and you are a mom you are giving the child a better life then what you have and that is unselfish of you. Not everyone expects to have a baby and when it turns out to be an accident you have to think whats best for your kid not you. That's why I like a girl named Caitlin and a guy named Tyler from Teen Mom who gave up their kid so it could have a better life and it turned out well. The adoption family is awesome and lets the young couple keep up with what is going on with their daughters life. Then later on Caitlin and Tyler decide to have a kid and this time they can take care of it because they had grown and learned more.



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