20 September, 2013

Book review: "What's your Mark?"

This book is an interesting concept that didn't quite capture me, partly because there was no explanation to the reader at the beginning. If I'd understood that it was the book of Mark in the Bible interspersed with short stories about people "making their mark" on this world, I might have found it more satisfying.

This book was not all it was promised in "the blurb", but I think that that is because I read it on my black and white Kindle. I'm sure the hard copy is much better, but the Kindle version is plain confusing.

Disclaimer: A complimentary electronic copy of this book was provided to me for review by Thomas Nelson Books http://BookSneeze.com. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

1 comment:

Ken Rolph said...

Ebooks tend to start after the cover and forematter. In fact I think the new design is to move all supporting text to the back of the book. That is certainly what I do. So the ebook usually opens to the first word of the actual text. Something we need to think of as we design ebooks. Put the necessary explanatory material right up front where it will be encountered first.

Sounds like an interesting book. I'm looking forward to its companion volume, What's Your Revelation.