Fine Old High Priests

Fine Old High Priests By Donald S. Smurthwaite, Fine Old High Priests None
  • Title: Fine Old High Priests
  • Author: Donald S. Smurthwaite
  • ISBN: 9781570086298
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I L.O.V.E.D this book It wasn t the writing or the setting or the character development It was the love that Marcus had for his friend, Sam, that began when Sam was a friend first A beautiful story about two men who grow up together not as children but as married adults and ultimately one has to say goodbye to the other first Some really wonderful lines 43 Thank you for dancing with Jenny first not going to explain, you will have to read it pg 48 We store up too many good byes and I love yous an [...]

    2. The idea of a couple of old men reviewing their long friendship at the end of their lives has potential but I was not very impressed by the execution of it I felt like all the characters, scenarios were basically Mormon stereotypes without much depth to make them interesting or real Just a collection of cliche moments trying to elicit emotion Similar books reviewing the meaning of life when at the end of it, such as Tuesdays With Morrie and The Last Lecture, were much better at inspiring and mo [...]

    3. I really love Smurthwaite s writing style This is the story of two old men who have been friends and neighbors for decades One is in the hospital dying of cancer, and the other volunteers to sit with him through the night so the man s wife can go home for a few hours But really, it s a collection of short stories told through flashbacks, and it s beautiful Many of the stories relate to the mens service in the Mormon church, hence the high priests part of the title Smurthwaite s tone is so kind a [...]

    4. Warm and peaceful, Fine Old High Priests was a quietly inspiring tale I found it, tattered and torn, in a stack of 1.00 used books at a Dallas bookstore, and the moment I held it in my hands, I seemed to feel that it was something special How it got there, I have no idea, but it came at a time when I sorely needed its gentle spirit The friendship evoked in its pages is what I think any man of character and spirit wants to have, even if just once, in life Two old friends keeping company in a hosp [...]

    5. So I guess that a book about high priests can be a four star book This book influenced me and reminded me that I am a good person, that I can be a better person and before it is too late, let s not forget what is really important I liked it, maybe, because I m married to a fine old high priest Maybe it was a good time to read it and maybe I m a softee I want dad to read it Thanks Melinda for the recommendation.

    6. I am usually not a fan of LDS books, but this one is different My Granny lent it to me and then because I couldn t stop talking about it, she gave it to me It is written in a very soothing and nostalgic way as one man reflects back on a 40 year friendship with his friend dying in a hospital bed Worth the read.

    7. I just discovered this LDS author and highly recommend him He writes in a gentle, nostalgic way that is very easy to read and leaves you wanting to be better and to be caring of others This book is especially appropriate for men, although the sentiments expressed are just as valid for women I plan on reading his other 3 books we have in the Orem Library.

    8. My husband and I read this book together, so it took us a while I enjoyed the reminiscing of his friendship and what it really means in his eyes to be a fine old high priest There were lots of sweet thoughtsd a few we didn t agree with but it was still nice to hear the author s point of view.

    9. Can I just tell you that I LOVED this book As I finished the book, the first word that came to my mind was Beautiful It is so uplifting and it made me want to be a better person I absolutely loved it and it will be on my To Buy list I ve been told that there are two others in the series also and I can t wait to read them also

    10. I absolutely loved this book Beautifully written in a way that makes you taste life and appreciate friends, family and faith The author s wit is charming and uplifting, adding just the right amount of humor to a difficult subject This book definitely made me weepy, at least once in every chapter, but overall left me feeling that life and love are beautiful and God is so good

    11. I felt contradictory things while reading this novel I spent quite a lot of the time rolling my eyes, but sometimes I was genuinely moved I would recommend this book to LDS people with a higher tolerance for sentimentality than I which admittedly probably includes most LDS women stone heart here.

    12. Smurthwaite is able to describe exactly how things are sometimes, never overdoing it The part at the end when the two old friends in their 70 s go up to the mountains to camp and fish for the last time together, knowing it s the last time, was almost too much.

    13. I read this book this morning and really liked it It was a touching story about an elderly man who sits by the bedside of his dying friend It was so sweet and endearing Glad I took the chance on this book.

    14. Ive heard of this book, seen this book on my shelves for years finally picked it up What a perfect read for a Sunday afternoon I want Steve to read it because its so te Uplifting, quick and enjoyable.

    15. I read this about 10 years ago and recently reread itI don t know why I enjoy this book so much, but I do Perhaps it s because Marcus is the kind of neighbor you d enjoy living near or seeing at church It s a tender story of friendship and family A nice escape from my hectic life.

    16. This book is a very touching book, but very emotional It starts out in a hospital room where the main character s friend lies dying It is a book about the reflections of this man s friendship.This book can be a bit painful to read, but also very insightful and touching at the same time.

    17. I know, the title would make you wonder but this really is a great little, easy read book.Probably related to well by middle agers but I enjoyed it and it rang true.Easy read and tugs at your heart.

    18. EXCELLENT book I highly recommend it and its two sequels All three are good, but this one is my favorite The narrator s voice is personable, humorous, and full of wisdome from a life well lived.

    19. We read this for book group and I wasn t too sure if I would like it But I did There are a lot of life lessons in here and it is actually a fun LDS read I also think it would be a good gift for that high priest in the family.

    20. Very uplifting and touching book about a man watching his friend die and remembering their years of friendship as they raised their families and served in various church capacities The page about sending a child off to college brought huge tears to my eyes, as did several other passages.

    21. Very emotional read for me I liked the narrator He was definitely a pleasant voice to have in my head I hope that in 50 years from now, I am like the women in this story and that my husband is like the men Can t wait to read Wise, Blue Autumn.

    22. I first read this for an LDS literature class at BYU I enjoyed it then and loved reading it again with some other books by Smurthwaite He has a very calm, simple way of writing that I really like.

    23. I really liked this short little book In my mind I have referred back to it time and time again I would like to end things up like this a fine old high priest.

    24. I really enjoyed reading this book It is sweet and sentimental It also is an easy read, which is always nice when the kids are needing attention.

    25. So many wonderful things to think about as you read this book about the end of life Makes you remember that life is good.

    26. This is one of my favorite LDS fiction books from one of my favorite authors Highly recommend it The story epitomizes relationships and service in the LDS Church.

    27. It was a quick easy read and it was cute I can picture men in my own family who could play these two fine old high priests It was sweet and I liked the writing.

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