Friday, January 01, 2016

From Tablet to Table: Where Community Is Found and Identity Is FormedFrom Tablet to Table: Where Community Is Found and Identity Is Formed by Leonard Sweet
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Those who know me know I'm a foodie. I work in the food business. I love to cook both alone and with others and especially like to cook FOR others so when this book came up for review in my blogger network I jumped at the chance to read and review it. Unfortunately I have to say I had a very hard time getting into it. While the concept was solid, the execution of it was lacking and it really failed to keep my interest requiring me to come back to it time and time again to try and finish reading it. As a person who enjoys reading and who doesn't have much time these days it really really frustrates me to have to force myself to read something when there are so many other books out there I want to read. That said, there are some good nuggets in this small book that were worth reading but overall I was not impressed. I think that if you're looking for something to give you more reinforcement of the idea that "the table" provides a perfect location for community and fellowship then you might enjoy this read but if, like me, you wanted something more "indepth" you may be disappointed.

I received this book free from Tyndale Publishing in exchange for an HONEST opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission.


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