REVIEW: “Crave” by Chris Tomlinson

 Full of Chris’ personal stories of chasing after God, this book is funny, thought-provoking, and honest. I could relate to so much of what Chris shared throughout, and I’m glad he was open to being honest — books like this show you that you’re not alone in what you feel.

The short one-liners at the beginning of each chapter were catchy — they made me wonder what on earth the chapter was going to be about! I even showed the book to my Mom, and the one-liner at the beginning of the chapter titled “Silence” (which says something to the effect of “God called me on my cell-phone at 4:30 a.m.”) caught her right away. 😛
Definitely a book I’ll recommend to a lot of people.
Rated: A-

0 Replies to “REVIEW: “Crave” by Chris Tomlinson”

  1. I don’t get the “God called me on my cell-phone at 4:30 a.m” joke… can you elabrate? How is it related to “silence” ? May be I am not smart enough to get this one??

    1. The “silence” chapter was on being quiet and letting God speak — so, when he cracked that one about God calling him on his cell phone, he was hinting at how God was trying to get a hold of him, and prayer wasn’t working as a method to do so — ’cause the author couldn’t be still/silent enough to hear God through prayer.
      Obviously, he went on to say that God didn’t ACTUALLY call him on his cell– it was a telemarketer calling. But, it was a good way to open the chapter… it certainly got my attention! LOL.


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