I was given a copy of Called to Controversy which is a biography of Moishe Rosen who was the founder of the Jews for Jesus. This was nearly two months ago. I had a such a hard time reading this book and really could not motivate myself to read through it in a timely manner. The writer, Ruth Rosen, is Moishe's daughter. It was just a boring and unfortunate retelling of what could have been a more interesting story. The book is filled with way too many side stories, family characters, and experiences that take away from the point of the story. I was distracted by the constant flow of characters that I could hardly keep them straight. The amount of detail into seemingly irrelevant events was also a contributing factor in how hard this book was to read. I loved getting the little quips into Moishe's growth as a speaker and as a missionary to his own people. Give me the cliff notes version an I will be happy to pick up a copy!
*I was given a copy of this book by BookSneeze in return for my review, all opinions are my own.