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A Million Miles in a Thousand Years What I Learned While Editing My Life
By Donald Miller
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 9/29 AndyJS wrote: Story” is a great metaphor for the life of faith that Jesus calls us to enter into. In Donald Millers excellent book, all the elements of a good plot are present – adversarial enemies, unlikely heroes, bold actions, wise sages and an ending full of hope. The novel concept behind “A Million Miles” ... The Story of Story
On 9/29 Megan Strange wrote: As a part of the Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers, I had the privilege of receiving an advanced copy of Donald Miller’s newest book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years. I have read two of his other books, Blue Like Jazz and To Own a Dragon. I enjoyed A Million Miles in a Thousand ... Book Review: A Million Miles in a Thousand Years
On 9/29 Andrew Mackay wrote: Don Miller is this guy. He’s a writer, and he writes mostly about real life. You could call it memoir, but that’s not all he writes. His most famous-est book of all was a little one called Blue Like Jazz. It ended up on the New York Times Best Sellers list. It was clever. ... Donald Miller’s A Million Miles in a Thousand Years
On 9/29 John Maringmei wrote: Donald Miller's "A Million Miles in a Thousand Years" is a touching book about how one can make our lives better by trying to create a more meaningful story out of our otherwise seemingly 'worthless' life.He starts off with the description of his life as a boring existence with nothing to look forward ... Book Review of "A Million Miles in a Thousand Years"
On 9/29 Chandra Lynn Smith wrote: ". . . if story is just life without the meaningless scenes—I wondered if life could be lived more like a story in the first place." What a surprising, charming book this was. I am not nearly as much a fan of Non-fiction as fiction. So, I am always cautious about reading non-fiction. My first thought ... A Surprising LIttle Book on Life
On 9/29 Denice Hazlett wrote: When I was a child, during those moments of intense drama, I was certain there were cameras hidden in my home, recording each moment, storing them up for the time when editing would take place and I would be the star of an after-school pre-teen melodrama. It never occurred to me that long periods of ... ::: book review and giveaway: a million miles in a thousand years: what i learned while editing my life :::
On 12/11 Maureen Milham wrote: This was the first Donald Miller book that I read, even after all my friends had been telling me about him for a while now, and I'm glad I finally read one of his books. What I love about this book is how Donald writes. He writes so honestly and open that you can't help but feel a part of his story ... Book Review: A Million Miles in a Thousand Years
On 4/27 kentnz wrote: I’m thinking that Miller’s book might be a bit like book reviews should be; you just want to go out and get the book – because the review isn’t telling you enough about the actual story, and you want first-hand knowledge, not merely someone else’s opinion… This is a book about the idea of ... Someone Else's Story?
On 4/8 fmckinnon wrote: OK, so I’ll be honest here. I had a hard time finishing this book. From the get-go, I was pretty disappointed. A lot of that came from confusion – I didn’t really understand how the book was written. Was it fiction? Was it for real? Did this stuff really happen to Donald Miller, or was he ... Giveaway and Review: Donald Miller’s “A Million Miles In A Thousand Years”
On 4/8 Brian Pickerel wrote: I had a dream the other night, where I was in High School again. I was able to redo everything and avoid the things that hurt me and do things I wish I would have done. I went and explained this to my future wife, she didn't believe me at first but then she did. But then I had to make a choice do I want ... a dream