Thursday, September 08, 2011

Jim Stovall's The Ultimate Journey ~ Reviewed

Jim Stovall
Christian Fiction
Paperback, 176 pages
Publisher: David C Cook
Release: June 2011
ISBN: 978-1-4347-0314-9

Jim Stovall has penned three delightful parables for anyone who wants to be inspired or give the gift of inspiration. In The Ultimate Gift, Jason Stevens learns to appreciate the value of his life, while in The Ultimate Life, he learns the value of love. Now, in the touching conclusion to the trilogy, Jason learns that life’s journey is all about traveling well—not about the destination.

In The Ultimate Journey, readers will discover the secrets of a successful life, including:
• Money helps pay for the trip, but should never be a destination …
• Friends make the journey worthwhile …
• Laughter lightens the load of any rough or rocky uphill road …
• Time may be allotted in small or large portions but the moment is what counts …
… and so much more.

Do you know how to make your life a success? The Ultimate Journey packs a powerful message for all ages.


Howard Red Stevens wanted to teach his grandson, Jason Stevens, about the stages of life so that he would not make as many mistakes when he was older. When Red died, everyone felt the loss of a man they loved very much. Jason fell in love with a woman named Emily. Emily had a little girl who was struggling with cancer and not expected to live. Jason married Emily and when they were on their honey moon, their driver, James, gave them Red's diary for them to read. I loved this book and I think that everyone should read it; especially newlywed couples. What I loved most about this book is that it tells you what all the good stages of life are going to be like and good things to know along the way.

Reviewed by: Pam Blondell, age 10

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