"An inquisitive mind always considers other possibilities ... Mormon student Marguerite clashes with an atheist in a discussion of faith and morality. Through their debate, love begins to blooms and doubts form on both sides ... An intriguing delve into faith and what it means to people in the bigger picture." - Midwest Book Review
"Blasphemous!" - Hemant Mehta, author of I Sold My Soul on eBay: Viewing Faith Through an Atheist's Eyes
"[A]nyone who has progressed from a 'simple' view of faith to an increasingly complex and nuanced view, ... Mormon or not, theist or not, anyone who advocates for the liberal arts and its capacity to develop and sharpen a person's thinking should read this novel." - Irresistible (Dis)Grace
"I found this book with its portrayal of the stark realities of relationships and the challenges of existence a clear-eyed examination of some of life's most difficult questions ... It follows a path that ranges from Kierkegaard to the Marquis de Sade." - Steven L. Peck, author of The Scholar of Moab
"Just think of the sparks that could fly when an atheist and a believer go at it hammer and tongs! [T]he character development was plausible and compelling, the philosophical exchanges were well-written, and the slow creep of doubt on the main character's mind happened in a very realistic way." - Adam Lee, Daylight Atheism/BigThink
Therese Doucet grew up in Tucson, Arizona, with a lot of cactuses in her front yard. She studied philosophy at Brigham Young University and earned graduate degrees in cultural history and public policy from the University of Chicago and The George Washington University. She lives and works in Washington, D.C.