Cover Image: Get Money Do Good

Get Money Do Good

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This book covers the growth of a family from couple's first meeting through their life in the DINK stage, having 2 biological children, living in several states and countries and gradually,  the adoption of 10 children from 3 countries. I found it fascinating. I loved their rationale of faith as their reason to pursue monetary gains to achieve good works.

The story is told from the perspectives of the mom, dad, biological son (who is autistic), and their adoptive daughter.  The mom and dad voice their own parts, but actors were hired to do the parts of the children.  The actors are great and the mom does a good job, but I found the dad's parts to lack expressiveness. In my opinion they should have hired someone to do his part. 

Overall it was a very good listen. I would definitely recommend it.
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I was amazed by this story! I really liked how the perspectives switched between the different members of the family.
I loved the heart of this story,  I loved the passion to help the vulnerable children. I really admire people who go out and DO something!
I understand the frustration of the red tape that many people face who want to help. 
I loved the messy truth of the adoption stories, I loved the raw honesty of how hard it can be to love a child that fights you, and continue to fight for them. This world needs more people like this, who are willing to go out and help kids even when it isn't pretty. 
I recieved a complementary copy of this book from the publisher through Netgally.  All opinions are honest and completely my own.
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