I’m actually kinda’ a newbie at this type of nonfiction but this was good advising book about the consequences of dating. It has very good advice, and I confess, I’m not interested in dating and this book made me MORE uninterested. Let me just say, I’m taking a different approach rather than dating. I’m waiting until God specifically points out the right person.
There’s not much to say about this book, although I do admit that at some times the writing feels somewhat tedious, but it’s as if Joshua discovers that and gets me sitting back up again in no time. I know for a fact that for anyone who is seeing the consequences that dating can produce will not regret reading this if that person really pays attention. I should know, I’ll probably have to read this book a second time to fully understand it, to fully grasp it.
The style Joshua has is not boring I’ll tell you that, but it’s not as straightforward as other books I’ve read, say, Every Young Man’s Battle. Sometimes it takes reading the same chapter again to finally get the concept. I know other books are like that, but I thought it would be a little more straightforward so that teens could understand.
Anyway, it does have great advice, and it is a worthy book to read again (not to mention it DOES help). But I’m not going to explain the messages here, I’ll let you find out for yourself and see what you think.
Overall, this book gets 4/5 stars.