Imagine a book that combines the concepts behind two of the most popular books of all-time: Catcher in the Rye and Atlas Shrugged. This book would be a coming-of-age story, a love story, and a story about the power of ideas - the big, overarching ideas about love and faith, truth and morality. You've found that book in The Mustard Seed.
The plot of The Mustard Seed is focused on three friends (Brian, Mark, and Troy) who just graduated from college, and the challenges they overcome as they adjust to the "Real World." As the plot unfolds, each character goes through a spiritual and intellectual journey (although only one of them will complete that journey). The survivor comes to embody a unique life philosophy that will inspire readers everywhere.
Overall, The Mustard Seed is a gripping, emotionally riveting novel that is finding a wide audience among young people, spiritual seekers, and intellectuals.
I wasn’t sure what to expect in this book, but I must say that Todd White gets the reader to think about life and spiritualty as we follow these three friends as they leave college and enter life.
I found this book to be thought-provoking, to say the least. Very interesting.
Disclosure: I received this book for review through goodreads.com. I received no compensation for my thoughts.