My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Bruchko was a breath of fresh air in an CO2 heavy selection of missionary stories, biographies, and autobiographies. Told with candor and lack of superficial glitz, Bruce Olson does a fabulous job relaying his experiences with the Motilone and the experiences of the Motilone's themselves.
We're privy to true-to-life scenes like:
All in all I thoroughly enjoyed experiencing the story and was impressed by how God moved throughout the story. And unlike some of the other missionary books out there, this one has no photos of people in less than full garb. In fact, there are no photos!
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