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This is a magnificent book, and deserves a very wide readership.
Gay or straight, attached or looking or celibate, conservative or liberal, Christian or not, Catholic or Protestant, I'd recommend it to anybody.
Selmys honest and thought provoking book gives wonderful insight into her life and the lives of many others.
I was okay until about 20 pages in when the author shows clear bias against gays. Whatever. Can't reference it because I deleted it immediately.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
A beautiful, sincere, and life-changing reflection on sexuality. Selmys honest and thought provoking book gives wonderful insight into her life and the lives of many others. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brett
This book is at once a frank admission of the author's personal life and an attempt to synthesize her intellectual, human and emotional struggle towards attaining meaning,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sengole T.G.
This is a book that will challenge your assumptions and make you think, regardless of what side ofr the "culture wars" continuum you belong to, Melinda Selmys is a Roman... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Chip
(This book published by Our Sunday Visitor should be read alongside its sequel with the same title More Reflections published by Vulgata) The author is a well known Catholic... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Journeyer
No gloss on her life story, and a thorough case made for why she considers her current way of living to be the most fully integrated . Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jennifer Dunlap
Best honest sympathetic and fair account and critique of the gay rights movement out there written with the authors moving personal account of her own life. Very well written. Read morePublished 16 months ago by thetimidmortal
Honst and believable that gives hope for all people. A storey of one womans jounru to tge truth of God and His ways.Published 17 months ago by Pamela Newsom