Mercy Sos Christopher
I love your review, well summarized, I agree with you, the author did well to quote passages from the Bible to express himself further… Thanks for the review
Hazel Mae Bagarinao
“We attract that to which we give our attention,” by Friedrich Nietzsche (page 41)”
Yes absolutely! What we focus, we give energy on it. It falls on the law of attraction. I like this phrase too. So relatable.
I appreciate the time and effort that the reviewer put into their review, and I can tell that they have a genuine passion for reading and sharing their thoughts on books with others. I look forward to reading more of their reviews in the future and discovering new books to add to my reading list.
Keep Quiet, Black Boy: A Leadership Guide to Mentoring Millennials by Jerome Frierson is a wake-up call for young black youths of this age. Thank you for sharing your review of this book with us. I particularly enjoyed your analysis of the book’s themes and how they related to the broader context of the book.
This book sounds like an incredibly informative and educational read, and Dr. Frierson deserves a great deal of admiration for his work. His research on young millennial African American males is thorough, and he does an excellent job of analyzing the lives of African Americans, noting the time when their ideology started being crippled and the effects it has had on the community. The quotes he uses to punctuate the book sounds like it would be especially powerful, and his use of Bible passages to explain mentoring is particularly noteworthy. The reflections and action steps at the end of each chapter are also extremely helpful, and make this book a truly transformative tool.
This is a very amazing review. I’ve always liked and looked forward to your reviews and this is not an exception. I enjoyed how you write I sequential order and how understanding the review is. I’m definitely reading this book soon. Congrats on your published review.
I am highly impressed with this review and with Dr. Frierson’s work on Keep Quiet, Black Boy: A Leadership Guide to Mentoring Millennials. His passion for the topic is evident in the way he breaks down the book into bits and pieces, and the quotes he uses to punctuate the book. I especially appreciate how he uses the Bible to explain mentoring and its structure, as well as how he analyzes what the church means to the African American community. This book is a great resource for anyone who mentors, as it provides valuable insight on theological approaches to mentoring, the Resilience Theory, and how the characteristics of a mentor-mentee relationship result in a successful relationship. This book will be helpful to any young black person that reads it. Thank you for giving out a great deal of details in your review.
His background and experiences have allowed Dr. Frierson to write a book that is both educational and informative. From the history of mentorship to the obstacles that young African American males face, this book covers it all. I love how the author breaks the book down into bits and pieces, making it easy to find a place to pause and reflect. The quotes that the author used to punctuate the book will be inspiring and thought-provoking for readera. The Bible passages that were used to explain mentoring will be especially helpful. This book provides a unique perspective on mentorship and gives mentors the tools they need to be successful. I got a lot of insight as to what this book is about by reading this review.
I would also love to read this book to learn more. From the review, I can see that the author carried out a lot of research to write this book. Presenting facts and figures has always been the best way to communicate to people for them to know that you are grounded in your area. I commend Dr. Frierson for this.
I feel like I can read the book too. Although it’s target audience are young black males, mentorship , however is for everyone. I think I can learn a lot by reading the book. No knowledge is a waste no matter who and who the targeted audience is.
I have actually been experiencing the law of attraction recently. I have decided to highly use it to my advantage. This quote in the book, Keep Quiet, Black Boy: A Leadership Guide to Mentoring Millennials, is inspiring. I am sure there are many other quotes in the book that I will love when I read it.
I love how the author has broken down the book into bits and pieces, making it easy to pause and reflect on the information presented. The quotes used to punctuate the book are also very powerful and thought-provoking. I also appreciate how the author has used the Bible to explain mentoring and its structure. The reflections and action steps at the end of each chapter are also very helpful in aiding the reader to become a better mentor.
Now, this is a book, I’d like to read.
This a well detailed and comprehensive review which I enjoyed reading. I understand that this book talks about pertinent societal issues bedivìling our country. Race and the upliftement of black men were intrested. Good job
Now, this is a book, I’d like to read.
Dr. Frierson did an amazing job of providing insight into the issues and challenges that young African American males face, while also giving practical advice on how to become successful mentors. The research he did was thorough, and the way he used quotes and Bible passages to support his points was really impressive. Nice review!
I appreciate the author’s call and charge to the church. It is high time the church takes the lead and not leaving the whole situation into the hands of the government. Wonderful review welldone.