The Fourth Fisherman by Joe Kissack is a the story of a man who “had it all” but it wasn’t enough. He made choices that ultimately culminated in depression, addiction, and kept him away from his family.
And then there are the three fisherman lost at sea for months with little but their faith and a Bible to keep them sustained. These two stories are woven together into a story of hope.
I personally had a hard time getting into this book. It’s written well enough, and the premise is interesting, but I wasn’t drawn in.
This book was given to me free by Multnomah Waterbrook Press in exchange for an honest review.