The list author says: "After some twenty years in the controversial Legionaries of Christ, working with the now disgraced founder, Marcial Maciel, many moons later I decided to write a memoir about my experience. These are some of the books that crossed my path as I wrote "Driving Straight on Crooked Lines: How an Irishman found his heart and nearly lost his mind""
"An inspiring autobiography by Jack Keogh. Often moving, frequently funny, entertaining, and always memorable. It covers 20 years of his life from adolescence in Dublin - to adulthood in the Mexican Legion of Christ, with the founder, Marcial Maciel. It is a gripping, heartwarming, & inspiring page turner. I'm biased because I wrote it!"
"This is quite an intellectual memoir chronicling the journey of an ex-Monk, theologian. Irishman Crossan, based on his life-long study of the historical Jesus asks himself: "How did I get here? What brought me to this point in my career?""
"Gut wrenching and candid assessment of the exodus of thousands of men from the priesthood. It's based on author (former Irish priest) interviews. It's not anti-Church but it's a cry from the heart to re-examine underlying causes. I cried my way through every page."