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Book Review: “The Butterfly Effect”

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It’s easy to believe that there’s no consequence for our actions. In many circumstances, we can function independently of others, never knowing how our words or our actions have had an effect. However, Andy Andrews’ explains that life is much more than that in “The Butterfly Effect.”

I previously reviewed Andy Andrews’ book “The Noticer”, and I enjoyed the simple way that Andrews relates to the reader through his writing. This feeling hasn’t changed after reading “The Butterfly Effect”. While in “The Noticer”, Andrews highlights the value of paying attention to details, in “The Butterfly Effect”, he emphasizes the value of these details, particularly within our actions.

“The Butterfly Effect” is a wonderful gift book, that would be ideal for those who question their purpose in life, or those entering transitions (graduates, retirements, etc.). It is a wonderful reminder to us that God has created each of us for a purpose, and that every detail and every part of our life matters.

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Author: erin.almond

God-chaser. NC native, now planted in Jacksonville, FL. Happily married to a handsome church-planting pastor. I am easily excited by Jesus, education, cupcakes, Moleskine notebooks, and Pepsi. Overwhelmed by God's amazing grace, undeserving of His love and mercy.

One thought on “Book Review: “The Butterfly Effect”

  1. Sounds pretty good, I too believe that everything is everything in life, although I hardly know half the answers. I remember watching a movie entitled The Butterfly Effect. Do you know if it was based upon Andy Andrews novel?

    Also, I followed you on Twitter (requested). I am @minusthebars if you’d like to accept the request.

    Nice clean blog, you have.

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