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ABOUT THE BOOK
. They are blissfully in love and bound to each other by the Cords of Commitment.
Shortly after visiting the Moon of Honey they discover that the journey proves
much more difficult than they expected. When they find themselves laboring
through the Swamp of Selfishness, crossing the dismal Plains of Distance, and
nearly becoming separated by the River of Unfaithfulness, their love for each
other and for the King is challenged. They must choose whether to continue on
together, not knowing if they can be warmed again by the Kindling of Affection,
or visit the Valley of Cut Cords to journey alone once more.
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Walk with Me, the Pilgrim's Progress for married couples.
For those who enjoy allegories, this book may charm and delight, while at the same time, giving cause to stop and ponder.
For those who do not enjoy allegories, this will seem a bit corny at times and not work it's way into the soul of their marriage.
Personally, I enjoy allegories, yet at times I struggled through this one. While well written, I found things like the "moon of honey" and the "chalice" a bit too allegorical and would have chosen to have the actual words, "honeymoon" and "physical intimacy" instead. That said, I don't have a degree in literacy, and perhaps doing that would have technically destroyed the allegorical category of the novel.
Would I recommend and insist every married couple read it?
Only those, whom I know are readers and can turn an allegorical meaning into personal application. If that is not an ability than this book would be frustrating and empty reading, due to sometimes you had to really try to figure out what we being represented in the symbol.
I give Walk with Me a 4 out 5 rating.