This book really took me by surprise. I am neither evangelical nor Christian, but I found myself turning the pages and wondering what would happen next. The book follows the life of Andrew. Readers experience his childhood, his military life, his time in Indonesia with locals and monkey, his first love, his marriage to an unlikely beau, his conversion to Christianity, and his call to the missions field. I should note that the parts of the book that focus on Andrew's beau and wife are written in a classy manner. There is nothing graphic, and it is appropriate even for young readers. The innocence of true love is conveyed and nothing more. As for the missions, readers feel as if they are on a CIA mission as they follow Andrew through several communist countries. Places where Bibles and preaching are illegal make the book even more suspenseful. Most intriguing of all are the small coincidences that lined up with Andrew's prayers. This book is a must-read for people of all faiths. Also included is an interview with Andrew about more of his travels and even a section of photos. While there are no graphic details, the book does mention people dying, so sensitive readers should be warned.