Saturday, September 27, 2014

Be Rebellious Book Review

Fight Back Against a Culture That Doesn't Care About You

What if we were created for more than just “fitting in” to the culture around us? What if we were meant to change our world?
Young women today are being seduced by a culture of lies. When pop-culture says a woman has to be ultra-thin and movie-star gorgeous, Megan Clinton says, “Let’s rebel against such crazy conformity.” Women will learn to cultivate the inner woman they were created to be, love themselves, and serve God in a way that leaves people awestruck.

About the Author

Megan Clinton (now Megan Clinton Allison) graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Pre-Med/Biology and is currently attending Physician Assistant (PA) School at Jefferson College of Health Sciences. As part of the Extraordinary Women travel team with her mom, Julie Clinton, Megan has a passion to see young women find their identity in Christ, be set free, and live God’s dream for their lives. In addition, she is excited to be equipped as a PA to provide medical care to those in need through international mission work. Megan is the author of Totally God’s (with her dad, Dr. Tim Clinton), Totally God’s 4 Life Devotional, and Smart Girls, Smart Choices: Avoiding the 10 Biggest Mistakes Young Women Make (with Laura Captari). Megan was recently married to the love of her life and high-school sweetheart, Ben. They have a teacup Yorkie named Bella.(Worthy Publishing)

My Review

This book took me by surprise and I actually got a lot from it! The topics are organized in a way that didn't make this book boring. Pretty much it's about being in the world but not of it, rebelling against worldly standards. Some of the things I think could be geared more toward teenagers but really its a good book for women in general. One that made me think was "True Friends in a Fake World", especially pertaining to women. I think it's difficult to be ourselves when we are constantly judging and categorizing every other woman we know and see. I like Megan's point of view and thoughts on the matter.

For a non-fiction read this one is really pretty good and not a dull read.
I recommend to any woman teen and up.

"I received this book from Worthy Publishing for free in exchange for an honest review."

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