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A Novel With Heart & Much More

  • Sep 14, 2009
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Many novels are pure entertainment. You are lost in a different world for a few hours. BO'S CAFE is much more than a simple reading experience. Yes, you will be lost in the drama and life of Steven, the lead character, yet the experience will be much more. I found BO'S CAFE a thoughtful and pointed experience.

I highly recommend this book. I find myself thinking about it in odd moments days after I completed it. Get this book and try it.

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review by . February 08, 2010
I really enjoyed Paul Young's The Shack so when I realized Windblown Media had finally brought out another book I was very keen to read it. Bo's Café is certainly an interesting book; very different from the Shack, but with a similar grace-filled message. While the Shack starts with solid real-world tragedy then slides into mystery, Bo's Café opens with a mysteriously meaningful encounter, only to slide its way into everyday pain.      The main character, …
review by . October 01, 2009
This story is very different to read. I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I started reading. Steven isn't exactly a likable character. He has a lot of faults, some he will readily admit, others he doesn't seem to notice that he has. In situations with his family, I especially felt for his wife and daughter and understand their reactions to him. As for Andy, to me it felt like he was a guardian angel who appeared out of nowhere, who always had the right things to say. His character is never really …
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High-powered executive Steven Kerner is living the dream in southern California. But when his bottled pain ignites in anger one night, his wife kicks him out. Then an eccentric mystery man named Andy Monroe befriends Steven and begins unravelling his tightly wound world. Andy leads Steven through a series of frustrating and revealing encounters to repair his life through genuine friendship and the grace and love of a God who has been waiting for him to accept it. A story to challenge and encourage, BO'S CAFE is a model for all who struggle with unresolved problems and a performance-based life. Those who desire a fuller, more authentic way of living will find this journey of healing a restorative exploration of God's unbridled grace.
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ISBN-10: 193517004X
ISBN-13: 978-1935170044
Author: John Lynch
Publisher: Windblown Media

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