It’s very positive.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 April 2021
An engaging journey from someone entrenched early on, and deeply, in the Christian faith.
Well written, in a personal, conversational style. It tells the story of someone struggling to come to terms with the organized faith of his past, leading to a kind of personal epiphany, which I would imagine would resonate with many like myself, who are somewhat perplexed by the way doctrines of Christianity are portrayed in the traditional sense.
It follows the internal battles and conversations that are undertaken as he wrestles with the past, reasons for his faith, and the subsequent contradictions placed before him.
I was gripped and finished the book in two days, despite the continued moments of reflection it forces the reader to think about.
I think it would make a brilliant play