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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 July 2021
A profoundly moving account in which the reader accompanies the author on an internal journey of catharsis. The process moves through a number of stages in which the narrator is gradually stripped of what he comes to see as false religious identities.
Told in a deceptively readable and simple way, we are taken to unexpected depths and the need to face difficult questions. This is not a ‘comfort’ book for spiritual reading; nor, by the same token, does it offer any facile ‘return to the fold’ rhetoric to those whose relationship with their faith, or their church, is outside the comfort zone. It will, however, give them a hand to hold. They are not out there alone.DM (see here for review)