Blog Ebook Tour Stop: Breathtaking Bowhunts

I was recently given the opportunity to review Breathtaking Bowhunts by Mike Lamade. Let me first of preface this with hunting books are normally not the kind of books that I would read but as I have stated before this blogging adventure that I am on has opened me up to experience new things. I can honestly say without a doubt that I am glad I was given the chance to review this book. The basic premise of the book is about hunting but the underlying theme is that we all have to be patient for the things we want from life. If Lamade gave up the hunt every time he got discouraged there would be no book.  I love how he describes the majestic beauty of the animals that he kills. I also like the fact that he is  out to hunt not just for sport  alone but he also uses the meat to feed his family.
I also like the fact that this book is compiled of short stories so if you don’t have time to read a lot in  one sitting you are able to read one and move on to whatever chore you need to do. Then when you pick up the book whether it be an hour, a day or a week later, you don’t not have to rack your brain trying to remember what happened last. You can simply read about another adventure. And that is exactly what these are adventures, there is no malice or cruelty in this book. Lemande has a deep respect for the animals he hunts and is not cruel in his hunts.
Interested in finding more about this book go to Tribute Books to check it out.
I am happy to be a stop on the Tribute Books Blog Tours and I plan on continuing to be a stop on these tours for awhile.
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  1. Thanks Melissa for trying a book outside of your comfort zone. I'm glad you enjoyed reading about Mike's adventures, and you're right the underlying theme to them all is certainly cultivating patience.

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