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What did you like best about The Necessity of an Enemy? What did you like least?
I liked the Biblical examples of overcoming struggle the best.<br/><br/>What I liked least was the overall story of the Single Mother's home program. What I couldn't grasp was how the developer was able to get millions of dollars in investors within the Church without Mr. Carpenter ever knowing about it. That struggle made the rest of the book a bit off for me.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
Focus more on what you could have done, should have done that ultimately helps you overcome the enemy. The book read a lot like a victim sharing his issues.
Which character – as performed by Tim Lundeen – was your favorite?
Do you think The Necessity of an Enemy needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
No. It was a personal account. No sequel needed in my view.
Any additional comments?
The concept of an enemy can be a source of motivation. No doubt.
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This book opens doors that allows you to be human. Thank you for your transparency
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