To Be Perfectly Honest is Phil Callaway’s memoir of a year spent attempting to fulfill his vow to tell nothing but the truth. Callaway is a humorist. This makes his book entertaining and an easy read. But it’s not all wit and one-liners, being a memoir, the book spans a wide range of emotions.
The beauty of this book is that as Callaway tries to tell the truth for an entire year, he is confronted with how sinful he really is, and how much he needs Jesus. As entertaining as the book was, it was a little brief. When a situation started to get deep, he tended to shy away from the whole truth (in the book). Overall, I thought the book was entertaining and his style is witty. I would recommend the book if you are looking for an entertaining read.
*I received this book from Waterbrook Multnomah in exchange for writing an honest review.