The Fourth Fisherman Review

The fourth fisherman book


I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I started reading The Fourth Fisherman by Joe Kissack.  I ordered because I think survival stories are interesting, but then when I read the description more closely it almost sounded like it was going to be an autobiography.

But when I started the book it sucked me right in.  It turns out it was both - a survival story about three fisherman who were lost at sea and and autobiography of the author.  It sounds odd when I say it like that, because it doesn't seem like the two stories would fit together, but they do.  I liked how the author was able to tell both stories at once - it kept it interesting to me.

I think after reading this book, the best way to describe it would be to say that this book is a testimony.  A story of how three men were lost at sea for nine months and God's faithfulness saw them through.  And a story of how one man who found himself lost in life until God found Him.  

I love reading testimonies of how people come to know Jesus and how God has worked in their lives, and this book was right up that alley on multiple fronts.  I enjoyed it, and I would recommend it!

Note:  I received this book for free through the Blogging For Books program in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion.

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