yes, this book gives a good understanding of what Mormonism truly believes from a Christian perspective.I disagree with the previous review in calling this book, "hate speech." it is giving an analysis of one religion through the eyes of another, and a well documented and researched one at that.
this is a very light hearted and entertaining book about a shy girl that is sent on different expeditions around europe. she at first has a hard time coming out of her shell, but eventually finds herself gaining confidence and discovering who she really is. i read this book while traveling around africa, and really enjoyed how all of her mishaps open her up and give her confidence. there is so much to learn about the world and yourself when you travel.
i read this book while living in africa. it was very charming and a fun read. i really appreciated how she didn't over humanize the elephants, but also discussed the hardships that wildlife in africa are facing these days, as well as the people of africa. light read, but enjoyable and fun.
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