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Your Preacher May Not Want You to Read This

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2003

    The Long & Winding Road

    I read this book with great interest. Initially, I was intrigued by the title and as I read, I became fascinated with the story. The author weaves a brilliant tale of her experiences with religion and her personal journey away from the grip it had on her mind. Readers are offered intimate entry into the life of the author and may find solace in the degree of honesty and humility provided. I became envious of the courage shown and I was able to gain insight into the process of losing one's religion. For those of us unable to understand the hold religion may have upon a life and the struggles of altering one's view of the world, this book provides a window of opportunity. Not only has my understanding of this expereience improved but my respect for those who travel similar journeys has increased tremendously. Even my compassion for those contemplating such a life-altering analysis of their beliefs has deepened. It is a difficult road to take but with this book in hand, it may be easier - the results certainly seem to make it all worthwhile. I am confident this book would be a useful read for many audiences and I, for one, am looking forward to the continuing saga of the author's life.

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