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More Than the Tattooed Mormon (Second Edition)

Narrated by: Al Carraway
Length: 5 hrs and 1 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

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Al Fox Carraway has inspired the world with her message of conversion, redemption, and finding faith. As a blogger and award-winning public speaker, her voice has reached millions. 

Now you can own this second edition of her best-selling autobiography, featuring two brand new chapters from Al. Learn from her story what it means to truly trust in the Lord.

©2018 Cedar Fort, Inc. (P)2018 Cedar Fort, Inc.

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Not what I expected

I thought I'd learn more about her conversion and life than I could read online but most of the time there were religious messages all along. it is not a biography.

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  • Karen
  • Lindon, UT, US
  • 09-19-19

Game Changer!

This book absolutely pulled me out of a BIG funk I've been in for a while now. It helped me to focus on what I know is important and also to remind myself that God's plan for me will ALWAYS be better thank anything I can think up for myself. But I need to trust and believe that there is a plan! It reminded me that today is always the best thing to focus on. Don't worry about what happened yesterday or what will come tomorrow. Today is a good day to be happy and present. Thank you Al for your honesty, and being raw and vulnerable. This IS your mission :)

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Such a beautifully uplifting story!

If you are seeking faith & hope through your trials this the book for you! She puts such a positive spin on the trails she’s faced.

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Very encouraging message

Very encouraging message for anyone who struggles or feels different or unacceptable, which is pretty much everyone..

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Awesome

Loved the book, beautiful strong young woman. What a strong testimony and love for the gospel. The world would be a better place if it was full of people like her.

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Story is missing the story part

As a narrator, I thought Ms. Carraway was very good. Her tone and grammar kept me listening at first. However, as someone telling an auto-biographical story, primarily based on religious conversion, it started to sound a little affected and sales-pitchy. She completely glossed over large chunks of her story; the "why" of why she even converted, the wedge created between herself and her family, her own personal life (all I garnered was that she was a parking lot attendant). She only devoted short passages to her story, and instead kept going back to euphoric experiences while at church, and even those seemed to be missing details. This read more like a motivational religious blog than a personal story with depth.

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  • Magpie
  • Hyde Park, Utah
  • 06-29-18

great story when it's a story. redundant between

I am very inspired from her guts to do what her heart told her to to. Loved the family dynamics, her conversion, her heart blowing her west, disappointment and trials to her destiny.

My rating is because of the many, "in-between", the solid inspiring stories - the cheerleader type, long scarament meeting talk became hard to listen to. Started sounding like the same thing, again, again.

But who am I to rate a book or a person. My opinion or, "take", on how I felt when reading is just my opinion - my DNA shows I'm part Neanderthal so take me with a slab of red meat. Read it. Fnd out what your opinion is. Glean what is good and matches you, inspires you - take it with you and leave the rest. She did the same on her journey, good or bad. Life.