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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

More Reviews!

The reviews have poured in this week:

First up, I got a review at the Writing Fortress blog.  Rebecca Talley author of  numerous LDS books including "Altared Plans" and "The Upside of Down" said:

"I wasn't sure if I'd like this book, I'm not a big memoir reader, but it pulled me right in. I found myself thinking about it and hoping for a particular ending. This isn't a conversion story, it's about Harrington's spiritual journey and I liked his candor.  He didn't sugarcoat anything..."

To read her full review, click here.

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Consumer Avenger/Media Reviewer & former LDS Missionary Jen Head Jen said on her site:

"It was interesting to get a view of how non-Mormons view Mormons. What was refreshing was that I didn't feel the need to defend myself while reading, and that Dan gave the missionaries - and their message - the benefit of the doubt at every turn...

Overall, I very much enjoyed the book, and finished the bulk of it in one sitting...A very thought-provoking..." For the full review click here:

She even rated it as 5 Mint Oreo Cookies.  That's one tasty rating!


Danyelle Ferguson, author of "Mormon Mishaps & Mischief" also praised the book on her site as "heartwarming, funny, and insightful:

"Who's at the Door is an excellent example of looking past the names on the signs in front of your local churches and instead respecting and supporting each other. I will always remember that wise phrase: There's room for everyone at God's table."

She actually picked out one of my favorite scenes in the book as one of her favorite moments as well.  You can read the full review here.


  1. Looks like it is off to a fantastic start. I can't wait to read it myself.

  2. Thanks for sharing part of my review! I'm glad it's looking like a great hit of a book! It's fun to see others' thoughts on it. I too loved that line about the dinner table. Speaking of which, I'm thrilled you love the Oreo rating system. Those things are incredible.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog - and let me know if you ever need a review down the line! Happy New Year!