Author: Wright, Harold Bell
Genre: Fiction
Tags: Gospel, Values / Manners / Morals

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

I continue with my goal of reading all of Wright’s books. He wrote his first one in 1903 (That Printer of Udell’s was Dwight Eisenhower’s initial introduction to the gospel) and his last one (19th) in 1942. I own 16 of the 19 books and this one, if taken in chronological order, is the 15th. However, his 14th book is one of the three I don’t have. All the ones I do have are first editions (and I have literally dozens of various other editions). The last three first editions would cost about $500 each which is why I don’t have them. Since my wife loves antique stores, I can be found perusing the dusty book shelves for rare finds. And some day I’ll find one or all of the rest of them for a few bucks each.

Oh, the book Exit. Well, it’s about an actor who knows that an actor’s exit from the stage is the most important part. With that Wright tries to tell that our exit from this life is our most important part.

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