I think what I appreciate most about this book is that Allison isn't angry. This isn't a book designed to condemn the Evangelical Church. Allison sees why the church is so precious for some people and why it has value. She knows that it doesn't offer her the answers she needs anymore but she at no point skewers it or holds it up for ridicule. Her critique of her own upbringing is thoughtful and nuanced.
It honestly is a wonderful read and I strongly recommend it. As always I encourage you to list your own book suggestions in the comments section. I am continually looking for yet another good book to read.
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