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4.0 out of 5 stars
Balanced, eye-opening and moving account, 18 April 2013
Most stories of this type have some kind of axe to grind - either to discredit the church, or to work an act of conversion on their readers. Harvest is more mature than that - and is truthful without being biased. This is a short, detailed account of the unique opportunities and pressures experienced by an LDS missionary. It's humane, accurante, clearly written and very obviously heart-felt piece. I think members and non-members alike will find something of value in this work.