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Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me
By Ian Cron
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 1/25 Jerry Hillyer wrote: Title: Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me Author: Ian Morgan Cron Publisher: Thomas Nelson Page Count: 257 Date: 2011 Conversations on Courage and Faith [Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for a review on my blog. Go to Booksneeze for more information.] I received my ... Book Review: Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me
On 8/15 Elizabeth Harris wrote: I really need to blog our trip to Mexico, but next best thing, I read this book while in Mexico :)Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me: A Memoir. . . of Sortsby Ian CronThis book made me laugh and made me cry. I love memoirs, even memoirs of sorts. I love someone telling their story with the ... Jesus, My Father, the CIA and me...
On 8/9 Jennifer Bardsley wrote: Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me: A Memoir. . . of Sorts by Ian Morgan Cron had me laughing, crying and thinking for days. The only thing that’s bugging me is I can’t decide which of Cron’s books I like better. A couple of weeks ago, I read and reviewed Chasing Francis: A Pilgrim’s Tale, and ... Outstanding
On 8/7 SomeDay wrote: Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me: A Memoir...of Sorts by Ian Morgan Cron, is a book written from the author's memory. Cron focuses on the pain of growing up with an uncaring, alcoholic father, while balancing that pain with his decision to trust Jesus to help him move away from his negative past.Reading ... Book Review: Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me by Ian Morgan Cron
On 8/5 Toyin Agunbiade wrote: The book is about Ian’s memoirs of his childhood and growing up as a son of a CIA agent. At first, I thought the story would be an uber cool one of what it is to be the son of a CIA agent with tips and tricks…I was wrong. It was an insightful journey into the life of a family ridden with issues ... Book Review: Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me: A Memoir…of Sorts by Ian Morgan Cron
On 8/3 Mikejencostanzo wrote: Imagine Dead Poets Society meets Blue Like Jazz. Mix in several followup sessions with a good therapist and you've got Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me. I enjoyed this book first for its deliciously retro ambiance. I was equally fascinated by the CIA intrigue that unfolds throughout. And, finally, ... "Dead Poets" Meets "Blue Like Jazz"
On 7/28 Nikole Hahn wrote: Ian Morgan Cron illustrates the importance of a father in Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me: A Memoir of Sorts. His search for his father's love took him down many dark paths. From the point of view of a girl who had daddy-issues for years, this memoir nearly ripped my emotions out of my soul. I empathized ... Good for someone with daddy issues and celebrate recovery
On 7/28 Melissa Smith wrote: After reading Ian Morgan Cron's book called Chasing Francis, I knew I'd be open to, pretty much, anything else he had to offer. Happily, I wasn't disappointed. The thing is, though, this book called Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me isn't an easy read. If you think the sweet cover photo ... 'Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me' by Ian Morgan Cron
On 7/18 Lisa Bartelt wrote: I'm a new fan of Ian Cron's writing. Brilliant is all I can say. His latest novel was a page turner I couldn't get enough of which led me to his first book, a memoir (of sorts, as he calls it), Jesus, My Father, the CIA and Me. (Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book from Thomas Nelson through ... What if your father wasn't who you thought?
On 7/5 Denise wrote: Jesus, My Father, The CIA, And Me: A Memoir... Of Sorts by Ian Morgan Cron is one of those special books that will make you laugh hysterically on one page and cry on the next. As I read this book, I felt like I was reliving my childhood - I was raised Catholic in an alcoholic home, although the CIA wasn't ... Jesus, My Father, The CIA, And Me