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Superficially seen, it seems odd that memoirist Sean Hadigan Hoen has attracted Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert as an ardent fan. Hoen is, after all, a veteran of Detroit's anarchistic punk scene and a survivor of a horrific home life in the dead-end Motor City. Gilbert, however, has no hesitation in praising him as "not merely an immensely gifted writer, but also a seeker—of redemption, of clarity, and hard family life." Of his book, she writes, "No flinching here. I admired every page of it." Discover readers did too; editor's recommendation.