A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I Learned WhileEditing My Life

Wondering what it would be like to have his life turned into a screenplay for a movie, Donald Miller asked himself whether “the experience would be like taking a picture of yourself in front of a mirror taking a picture of yourself in front of a mirror.” That sort of multiplied self-reflection is precisely what his new book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, is like. If you like the company of the droll, neurotic, sneakily clever Miller, as I do, the time to read the book is time well spent. If not, it could run the gamut from tiresome to downright creepy.

 

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