aThis memoir deserves to be as popular as Elizabeth Gilbertas . . . "Eat, Pray, Love,"a
a"The Boston Globe"
aAs honest and raw as the model of the spiritual memoir, the "Confessions, /I> of St. Augustine.a
a"Los Angeles Times"
"This memoir deserves to be as popular as Elizabeth Gilbert's . . . "Eat, Pray, Love"."
-"The Boston Globe"
"As honest and raw as the model of the spiritual memoir, the "Confessions, /I> of St. Augustine."
-"Los Angeles Times"
About the Author
An attorney turned writer and Catholic convert, Heather King is a commentator for NPR’s All Things Considered
and a communicant at St. Basil’s Church in Koreatown, Los Angeles. She is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir Parched
, the story of her struggle with alcoholism. Her writing has appeared in, among other places, The Utne Reader
, the Los Angeles Times Magazine
, and the Best American Spiritual Writing
anthologies. She lives in Los Angeles, California.