Thursday, June 18, 2020

Review for The Menu by Steven Manchester

The Menu by  Steven Manchester 


Published June 9th 2020 by Luna Bella Press


Blessed with a high emotional IQ, Phinn Reed enters the world with the promise of finding his soul mate. With heaven’s memories erased, his romantic quest teaches him that the heart often sees clearer than the eyes—and that not everyone has ordered the same items from The Menu. Evidence that love stories come in many different forms, The Menu is a spiritual journey involving more than just a man and a woman; it is a modern-day tale that reaches far beyond the boundaries of reason.


My Thoughts…

Have you ever read Steven Manchester?  If this is your first book or you are a true fan, like me, you will love The Menu.    Before each person starts their lives they have a meeting with God to choose what will be important to them, which characteristics in life they want to embody, and then as they live their lives God helps them embrace those characteristics.    Choosing their characteristics doesn’t mean their lives are easy, with each choice they make there is anguish or hurt they must endure to find the good.   

As I read The Menu, I wondered what I would have chosen.   Am I reaching the goals that I set for myself before I was even born?     Has the pain I have experienced given me the opportunities to make myself a better person?   

In true Steven Manchester style he has enlightened me, he has made me think, and he has made me feel.    Steven has given me characters that touched my heart, a storyline that made me feel, and a book that I will remember.


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