This book was very hard for me to understand, it is not an easy read and requires full attention to what you are reading. The book has a great thought to it, and in the first chapter I was really interested. However, after that it was a repeat of material and started to confuse me as I lost the meaning of the message to the book.
The theme of the book is (?, I think) what the donkey is the symbol of in the bible and the story of Balaam. I feel that this book is more for theologian's, and not for readers that don't want to concentrate while reading. It is a heavy read with a good meaning, wish it would have been written on a lighter note to reach more people.
I would not recommend this book to people who are looking for a light read or an lazy afternoon read. You will have to pay attention and take your time to stop and think after reading this book.
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