About the Book:

High-powered executive Steven Kerner is living the dream in southern California. But when his bottled pain ignites in anger one night, his wife kicks him out. Then an eccentric mystery man named Andy Monroe befriends Steven and begins unraveling his tightly wound world. Andy leads Steven through a series of frustrating and revealing encounters to repair his life through genuine friendship and the grace and love of a God who has been waiting for him to accept it. A story to challenge and encourage, BO’S CAFE is a model for all who struggle with unresolved problems and a performance-based life.

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About  the Authors:

Bruce McNicol is president of Leadership Catalyst, Inc. and an international speaker and consultant. He holds a master’s in theology and a doctorate in organizational and leadership development. Previously he served for ten years as president of the international church planting

organization Interest Associates.

Bill Thrall serves as vice-chair of Leadership Catalyst, mentor, and coauthor of the bestselling TrueFaced resources (www.truefaced.com), The Ascent of a Leader, and Beyond Your Best.

John Lynch is a national conference speaker and writer for LCI, holds a master’s of theology from Talbot Seminary, and has twenty years’ experience as a teaching pastor of Open Door Fellowship. He’s also co-founder and playwright of a theater troupe in Phoenix

My Review:

*Would I recommend this book? – Yes
* Who would like this book? – Anyone who is struggling with personal relationships.
Readers who enjoy Christian Fiction.
*Favorite Line – “We’re an entire population of people with spinach in our teeth – and no one to tell us.”

*Parting thoughts – Bo’s Cafe, is a lovely book about a young man named Steven, who is struggling with anger (which is causing problems with his family- wife and daughter, and with his job).  Andy (an old friend of Steven’s father) steps into Steven’s life, and shows him how God’s Grace, can help him to overcome his unresolved anger. Although some ideals in this book, are contradictory to my own personal religious beliefs, I found the story to be very moving and uplifting.

Thank you Anna and Hachette for giving me the opportunity
to read and review
Bo’s Cafe.
Fiction (Christian)
246 pages
ISBN 978-1-935170-04-4

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