Beautifully written and wonderfully descriptive, this book follows the author's journey through Jerusalem. We see the sights she sees, hear the sounds she hears, smell the smells she smells. Spiritual analogies are made as Austin makes new discoveries in Israel. Quotes from both the New and Old Testament are brought to life as historical and geographical context are put in their proper place. Additionally, the culture of the Jewish people come out as Austin describes the Weeping Wall, the communal Sabbath, traditional dress, and much more. There are hand drawings interspersed throughout the book. However, the pictures do not always line up with what is being discussed in the same few pages surrounding the picture. One thing missing is photographs, which would have surely made the book stand out more.