I wish I had time today to make a better review, but I just finished this biography of William Bradford that I just loved.
The last two Aprils I have led the senior trip through Massachusetts and stopped at Plimoth Planation. It's my favorite stop in the whole two weeks. Before I got home this year, I ordered this book to be waiting for me. I finished it yesterday, and it stirred me and helped me understand Bradford much more fully.
I commend it to the history buffs in the readership, but especially to those men in full-time ministry. Bradford was a wise and careful and godly man. This book is intended for teen readers (it's part of a Young Readers Series), but adults will not be offended by it. While it doesn't probe Bradford's theology very far, it gives a fantastic beginning to end history of the man, and it had all the essentials that I was needing.
I'm thankful that I found it. Here's where you can find it.