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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Stuck by Dr. William A. Kriva is an engaging book that speaks about getting stuck in life through different circumstances and experiences. The stories reflect a cross-section of life experiences that are relatable and give hope to readers if they find themselves in similar situations. Written from a Christian perspective, the book will help readers understand what it means to get stuck and will give them immense hope and comfort as they go through the journey of life. The book is divided into three sections. The first section has a series of stories that give examples of being stuck in some aspect of life and the Wide Path; the second section introduces readers to what the author terms the 'Narrow Path,' which has the potential to change lives; and in the third section, the author concludes the stories of the characters.
Stuck by Dr. William A. Kriva gives comfort and guidance to readers who are trying hard to deal with obstacles and blocks in their lives in a positive way. The topic is universal and the author's personal approach to it makes it palpable to readers and will help them relate to the suggestions. The author's approach is detailed and extensive, making it easy for readers to understand the stories shared and to examine their situations and circumstances and see where they can make changes to bring comfort, faith, and peace into their lives. Readers, especially if they are Christians, are given a better understanding of the purpose of being stuck through the stories where God has entered each situation and brought about a resolution. The author encourages readers to hand over the process to God instead of making frantic efforts.