Sunday, January 15, 2017

A Review of Esther Emery's Book



The Amazon review:

Esther Emery was a successful playwright and theater director, wife and mother, and loving it all - until, suddenly, she wasn’t. When a personal and professional crisis of spectacular extent leaves her reeling, Esther is left empty, alone in her marriage, and grasping for identity that does not define itself by busyness and a breakneck pace of life. Something had to be done.
What Falls from the Sky is Esther’s fiercely honest, piercingly poetic account of a year without Internet - 365 days away from the good, the bad, and the ugly of our digital lives - in one woman’s desperate attempt at a reset. Esther faces her addiction to electronica, her illusion of self-importance, and her longing to return to simpler days, but then the unexpected happens. Her experiment in analog is hijacked by a spiritual awakening, and Esther finds herself suddenly, inexplicably drawn to the faith she had rejected for so long.
Ultimately, Esther’s unplugged pilgrimage brings her to a place where she finally finds the peace - and the God who created it - she has been searching for all along.     

What Falls from the Sky offers a path for you to do the same. For all the ways the Internet makes you feel enriched and depleted, genuinely connected and wildly insufficient, What Falls from the Sky reveals a new way to look up from your screens and live with palms wide open in a world brimming with the good gifts of God.


My personal review:
Excellent! I can't tell you how much I loved this book! After watching Esther's You Tube channel for awhile I knew I had to get this book. All the accolades...I cried, I laughed...glimpses into an already interesting person gives us even more insights into a woman willing to share her thoughts and ideas with us. It's not just about leaving the internet for awhile...it's the insights gained while doing so. I will re-read this book again and again

So what are you waiting for?! Grab a great book and read!!
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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review! I love to read and it is so hard to find interesting, clean and Christian basedbooks.

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