‘The Keys to the Kingdom’ by Archibald Cronin

(book review)

“A man must think about battles, which he conquers alone, as well as the invisible victories. Instead, he thinks only about visible defeats.”

As of late, one of my favorite books has been ‘The Keys to the Kingdom’ by Archibald Cronin. It has given me a long aftertaste. Many of the thoughts and ideas from the book keep coming back to me now. The main thing that impressed me that it was not an easy read. The main character experiences many losses, unexpected twists and turns, and shows an invaluable example of strong faith. It’s a mystery to me how the author managed to talk about difficult hard things in such a way that, despite the tears and sympathy, the text makes you feel calm and respectful of the main character.

“Such is life–to begin again when all is lost,” sometimes it’s important to remember that.

Cronin has simple yet splendid language, every word in place and carries a lot of meaning. After reading it, I was kept with a lot of quotes.

The author evokes many emotions, from tears to laughter a few paragraphs here.

For the first time in a long time, I didn’t know how the book would end. I read the book in a few days. I will definitely go back to this work again to be inspired by the story of a simple but so strong man and wonder again at all the twists and turns in his life. My rating is 9.5/10.

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