101 Secrets For Your Twenties Review

Book Review: 

Wouldn't it be nice to have a neat little guide that would explain how things would be during the first decade after you get out of high school? Paul Angone thought so, and wrote 101 Secrets for Your Twenties.

Among the advice in the book is don't be afraid to fail, because it will happen if you attempt anything. Another good one is don't let others kill your dreams. Though there are some tongue in cheek thoughts, all of the advice in the book is helpful, even to someone like me who has passed the 20s decade.

One of the biggest overarching themes is to not look at what others are doing or have done. God has a specific plan for your life, and He will reveal what you need to know when you need to know it.

The style of the book fits right in with the age group it is written to, not stuffy, and several made up words that make the point much better than traditional words could. One of my favorite parts is that the book didn't use any foul language, that made it more enjoyable in my opinion.

It also lets you read all or just parts of the book, and it still makes sense. That makes it easier to either enjoy it as a whole, or grab a boost to get through a particular time.

I received this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for reading it and reviewing it.