In her book Stress Point, Sarah Martin introduces us to a book designed to address different points of contention that a female may encounter during their 20s. The target audience is 20-30 year old females. Martin takes a look at career, self image, body image, love and dating, serious romantic relationships, friends and family, money, independence, making a difference, and spiritual maturity in her book.
I enjoyed the cover to the book and thought it was creative, however, at times I found it hard to thoroughly engage with Martin’s writing style, however she more than made up for that with the different questions and answers she had interspersed throughout the book. I enjoyed the fact that Martin constantly had us engaging with the material we’d read. As I received an e-book copy of this title, I found it a bit more difficult to completely interact as I did not like having to use a separate padd of paper. It’d be nice if the e-book format could have a website where you could enter information or something on the page by which you could interact, but I understand that technology is not yet there at this point in the book search for that. This is not a criticism of the author but more what I wish could be reality in general for any book that has a question/answer portion to it.
Each ‘stress point’ had a specific flow to it as Martin attempted to show a loving and caring God to her readers.
I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to individuals in my age group to read. I give this book 4/5 stars for being easy to read and engage.
I received this book for free via BookSneeze in exchange for my honest review.