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Twenty-Two Letters to a Young Woman Searching for Meaning
By Alison Trowbridge
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 8/1 Jennifer Newsom wrote: In our current "out of touch" society, most of us have a deep desire for the type of mentoring in days past. Not just your mom and grandma, but someone not too far removed from the journey you find yourself currently on. Enter author Allison Trowbridge and her new book, Twenty-Two: Letters to a Young ... Big on ideas; a little flat on execution
On 7/17 Riv wrote: I wish I could have picked this book up without having to write a review immediately because of the way it was structured. Twenty-Two is composed of twenty-two letters from the author to a fictional college student named Ash where the author serves as a mentor to the girl throughout her four years of ... Really Impactful
On 7/8 The MomHood wrote: Not just a long stretch of letters but a great and meaningful conversation with a close friend. With wisdom, confidence and much kindness, you can't afford to miss out on this. Allison is an ideal and wonderful role model for girls of our generation and the girls of our future. All women need this book. ... Twenty Two
On 6/30 Martha Artyomenko wrote: This is a unique book of letters from a mentor to another, full of life issues that might face a young woman of today’s society. I think that it would speak to many young women of today, but I found myself lost amid the pages a few times and realized my age. It would be a lovely gift for a graduating ... Twenty Two...
On 6/24 WifeMommyMe wrote: In April and May, I was able to read 12 books! Yes, 12! I did something I swore I never would: I started reading books on my Kindle. I am still very much a paperback lovin' girl but with traveling and busy afternoons on the go, reading on my Kindle was so easy. Additionally many of these books were included ... What We're Reading Wednesday - Spring 2017 Recap
On 6/18 Kaitlyn wrote: This book is a little bit like reading a diary, full of 22 letters written by Allison (the author) to a character named Ashley. In the book, Allison goes by A and calls Ashley "Ash" or "darling girl" or "dear girl." The names for Ashley are the main reason why I couldn't give this book a higher rating. ... Great content - especially for young women! Too many nicknames, though...
On 6/14 Hanna Lei wrote: Twenty-Two by Allison Trowbridge About the Book: Allison Trowbridge harnesses the power of story in a series of letters to an imagined young woman wrestling with the questions that arise as she stands on the precipice of adulthood. Our life’s journey is our life’s destination. Never in history ... Twenty-Two Book Review
On 6/10 Cisneros Cafe wrote: Written in letters which are formatted more into sections than actual letters, Trowbridge lends advice to a fictional character named Ash. The reader doesn’t encounter Ash’s response to Allison throughout the book. We only read Allison’s view and well-meaning guidance. Her advice is informed by ... Book Review & Giveaway: Twenty-Two by Allison Trowbridge
On 6/8 Cricket Muse wrote: A unique blend of memoir and inspirational advice, with a touch of fiction form the basis of Allison Trowbridge's Twenty Two. This book provides readers with a series of letters from the author to Ashley, a fictional woman entering college who is looking for a mentor. Trowbridge attempts to fill in that ... Twenty Two
On 6/1 Melissa McMurchy wrote: Twenty-Two is written in a letter format. The author writes letter to a young woman looking for guidance. The author takes her life experiences and shares them with the young reader. It is an easy book to read and relate to. The author passes on her experiences that she feels will impact the reader ... Twenty-Two Review