Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Viral - a review

I am a big fan of Leonard Sweet. He always makes me think and doesn't spout the same-ole party line that is recycled throughout most Christian books. 


But I did not like his book Viral. It never captivated me. I struggled to read it.


Basically, in one sentence, Viral is a sociological comparison of two different generations and the importance of relationships. That's why I got the book. Relationships are so important. But unfortunately the book was just too difficult for me to plug through and enjoy.


I am not saying there is no good information in the book. There is good information. It may even be worth reading for some.


For instance, I think this book would be helpful for someone who is older who finds themselves working with young adults that they don't understand. It would give them insight and help bridge the gap. 


But for me, it used too many words to say something that I wasn't interested in. 


Like I said, I like most Sweet's writings. I just didn't like this book.


I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.

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