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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

The question is What If?

The Four Doors
The Four Doors

By: Richard Paul Evans

Genre:  adult nonfiction/self-help

Pages: 160

Published: 2013

Read: August

3.75 out of 5

I haven’t read any self-help books in a very long time. I probably wouldn’t have picked this one up except it was short and written by Richard Paul Evans, author of The Walk series which I loved and highly recommend.  Even though all his books can be viewed as inspirational, this is a nonfiction novel from an inspiration speech he travels the world sharing. He calls it a guide to joy, freedom, and a meaningful life, which is something everyone needs. I also found that this was one of those books that the more you think about the more thought provoking it is. I actually increased my rating because of the ways it made me think after reading it. I especially felt inspired by the “What if?” thought process. You never know unless you try, right?

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