WTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of Transition by Michelle N. Onuorah was a pretty okay read.
Alright first things first, this book was, way, and I mean way, out of my comfort zone. Being that it is non-fiction, and not a genera I tend to not dabble into, I didn’t know what I was getting myself into.
I have to say I liked the writing, and the quick wittiness. But that wasn’t quite enough to pull me into the story. For me there was a lot of cringe moments, that kept pulling me out. For a short book I did have a time to fully get absorbed and lost. There were times that the jumps back and forth, as done and cleanly as it could have been, making me at times a little confused. Like the author was trying to get too many thoughts out, in one go.
Overall this book, wasn’t bad, it was as whole quite enjoyable. I did like the wittiness of the author, and you can tell a lot of heart and soul was put into this book. I did like how she picked herself up time and time again, and no matter what was tossed in her path she kept going with that strong will and wit. For this little peak into her life, I could tell the author is a wonderful person, and I hope her all the best.
So to end, this book gets my stamp of approval and my high recommendation.
-Review by @eawalsh