Friday, November 9, 2012

Book Review: Mr. Breeze By Morrie Richfield


By: Morrie Richfield

Published: May 25, 2011


What if we found out that everything we have ever thought about God and religion was wrong. The history of mankind we have come to accept as fact is also wrong. We are all about to find out the truth about ourselves, our religions, and our god.

Honestly, when I finished this book, I just sat there for a bit....thinking....gathering my thoughts.  I went back to the beginning of the book and read the first few pages again.  This book is really nothing like anything I have ever read.  The only book that is even remotely close to resembling it would be THE SHACK, but that is a stretch.  I had to remind myself that this book is fiction.  But, could it be true????

This book could definitely be controversial to those who have very strict beliefs about God and religion.  But, it will certainly give you something to think about once you have finished it. Without giving too much of the story away, there is a man, named Mr. Breeze, who travels to hospitals, accident sites, and other locations to protect people from danger and to cure people.  He cures people of major diseases and injuries beyond comprehension.  Michael, a reporter, after being frustrated with all the negativity in the news decides to try and find good news in the numerous stories out there.  He then begins seeing a pattern of happy news events that have the same theme and same man named Mr. Breeze, who helped them.  Michael sets out to find out who this Mr. Breeze really is.  This is their story.  It is told without a single chapter which took some getting used to, but still the story moved quite quickly.  After the first miracle, you are eager to get to the bottom of this story.

What I have been left with after reading this book....

  • We all need to find the good in life and in people
  • We need to share that good news with others
  • Hate can ruin all the good in the world
  • Each one of us can change, take a step in the right direction, and live in peace and harmony with each other
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Morrie Richfield lives in Pennsylvania with his two sons, his dogs and his cat.  He is working on his next novel, and he still dreams that someday the world will be a better place for all of us to live.  For more on his inspirational novel, MR BREEZE, visit his website at

1 comment:

Morrie Richfield said...

I hope everyone who reads Mr. Breeze wants to make the world and themselves a bit better. Watch for the film version of Mr. Breeze and the sequel Revelation coming early next year. Morrie Richfield