This is the true story of a rebel reverend who has a falling out with God, quits his church, and embarks on a pilgrimage to find himself and answers to his constant dilemmas and downness. It takes the reader on his journey.
I am not one for religious books or books that are non-fiction however when I was contacted by the author I was intrigued. As he explained more about his book I knew I had to read it. It only took me a couple of days to get through it and it takes you on a rollar coaster of emotions as you see everything that this rebel reverend went through.
This book took me out of the comfort zone I normally stay in when reading and this was a good thing. Every once in a while a book comes along that takes a reader out of that comfort zone and I am certainly glad I didn’t turn down the chance to review this book just because of the genre it comes under.
I would say that this book is certainly controversial and I wouldn’t recommend it to Christians. I can understand why the author chose to write under a pen name.
Definitely a thought provoking read that I am glad I read.
This book was received for free from the author all opinions expressed are my own.