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  • In this amazing insight into the personality of Peter the talkative, it is encouraging to find that God has not always called angels. He calls mortals whom He makes into flaming fires. I wonder what Jesus saw in Peter when He called him to “follow me.” I might have made a different choice, yet now I see in the spectacle called Peter, that those whom God has ever called for noble deeds were men no different from any man in any other generation; men with two hands and two legs; men and women like me, who laughed, who cried, who had their pains and their joys; some strong, some not so strong, but each determined to see God’s purpose in their lives come through. The prose in this panoramic dramatic narrative is appealingly captivating, with suspense after suspense in very hilarious ‘slides,’ which makes this book an addictive read. This true life story with its universal applications brings the Bible alive; so alive for anyone to see themselves in its clear contemporary mirror. I bet that this is one book you will not forget for a long, long time, because it will certainly leave you pleasantly different than you had met it. Read.