Book #16 The Noticer

In a deviation from the classic novels I have been hung up on lately, my newest book was The Noticer by Andy Andrews. I have read a couple of Andy’s books before, and last year I heard him speak at my church. He lives in the same town as my parents, and so many of the people and places in his book are recognizable to our family.

The best way I know to describe Andy’s writing style is “inspirational allegory”. In his first book, The Traveler’s Gift, he lays out seven principles that successful people display. In his next books, he further explores one of the seven principles. The Noticer expounds on the principle of perspective. Now, before you say that it sounds like dry reading material, Andy’s story-telling ability makes his books anything but boring. He uses characters and weaves tales together in a unique way to drive home his message and make the message come to life.

I really enjoyed reading The Noticer, and I can’t wait to pick up the rest of his books at the library.


  1. Carol Calloway Mills says

    Ashley, as you well know, Dad and I so enjoy Andy's books. We always look forward to the next "installment". Don't forget "Island of Saints"…about forgivness. You will love it as well.

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