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Mister God, this is Anna

The combination of a rather lazy holiday and a very busy first two weeks after the holiday has meant that I’ve read a few books but not yet posted them here. As a result there will be regular posts for a few days.

Fynn’s Mister God, this is Anna is a book I’ve read a few times before, and find incredible meaning in each time I rediscover it.

Falling into the same class as classics like Jonathan Livingstone Seagull and The Little Prince, this book tells of the author’s experiences befriending and getting to know a young girl, Anna.

Through Anna’s intelligent, wise and joyful view on life, and especially her thoughts on God (or Mister God, as she refers to him), the reader is presented with a new and refreshing perspective on life and faith. As someone with a decidedly atheist take on religion, I nevertheless find this book one that I can relate to and find meaning in.

I can very strongly recommend this to anyone.

2 Comments

  1. ronaldbell@mail.com
    Posted 1 Apr ’11 at 11:56 pm | Permalink

    I too can recommend this book to any one.
    On another web site a woman who was a witch found this to be one she could recommend.

    Over three million sold.
    Translated into over 30 lanuages

  2. dorette
    Posted 7 May ’11 at 9:48 pm | Permalink

    een van die mooiste boekies wat ek nog gelees het :)

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