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"Redemptive and consoling with bright moments of humor...this story is chock-full of sacredness and hope. Cron is one of only a few spirituality authors who could articulate these themes as poignantly."
Publishers Weekly --Publishers Weekly
"Ian Cron has the gift of making his human journey a parable for all of our journeys. Read this profound book and be well fed, and freed."
Fr. Richard Rohr, author of Everything Belongs: The Gift of Contemplative Prayer
"Ian Morgan Cron writes with astonishing energy and freshness. It is - rather like Augustine's Confessions - a testimony to the unfinished business of grace."
The Most Rev. Dr. Rowan Williams - The Archbishop of Canterbury
"Ian Morgan Cron writes with astonishing energy and freshness; his metaphors stick fast in the imagination. This is neither a simple memoir of hurt endured, nor a tidy story of reconciliation and resolution. It is - rather like Augustine's Confessions - a testimony to the unfinished business of grace."
- The Most Rev. Dr. Rowan Williams - The Archbishop of Canterbury
This writer resonated with me on levels I did not expect. I started the book and I did not stop reading until I finished it. Read morePublished 14 days ago by W. Wendell Hall
I enjoyed the story of the struggle of a boy and his father's love, or lack thereof. I don't think he gave us enough info between when his father dies, and when he became a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by rak713
Interesting story. I enjoyed ready this book very much. I would suggest it to anyone. I didn't want it to end.Published 4 months ago by Lisa Goodner
Great writing style and great content! I love this book. I ended up buying two more for my friends.Published 5 months ago by alien
This book can be read for pure escape into literature. It can be read for the assurance that our lives of struggle are not alone. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Blytam
Incredible. I laughed, I cried and couldn't put it down so I finished it in a day!Published 9 months ago by Elizabeth