In the Moment
by Mick E. Jones
PageTurner Press and Media

"God is so good, as a matter of fact, that I don’t even say damn."

In the fast-paced world of the twenty-first century, much attention is lavished on preparing for the future, for that moment when all humanity's efforts find realization and our desired life truly begins. However, the present, the neglected and current moment in which we live, is the core subject of this thought-provoking book. Sprinkled across its pages are the defining aspects that culminate in a person's life. The dominant themes of love, faith, and the pursuit of truth permeate the text. These comprise the catalog of necessities that allows the human spirit to flourish.

The author's book can only be described as a fearless and experimental work of personal doctrine merged with all humanizing aspects of the best works of nonfiction. It could prove to be a consuming challenge for many, asking the reader to surrender the alluring and false comforts of a shallow life and be guided by the eternal and absolute principles of faith.

To combat the book's lofty thesis with its high flying goals, the author carries an informal conversation with the audience. Akin to popular works like Tom Jones, the book lets the reader understand the entire process, the purpose of pursuing the project, and offers an earnest dialogue about each successive revelation. Even elements usually hidden from the audience are fearlessly exposed in this tale. This conversation with the audience has a wonderful melody about it, a freestyle blend of scripture and popular culture. Jones' book is a leap forward for its genre and a poetic experience on the human journey.

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