Anne Lamott takes us on a journey of exploration with this series of essays on the role of grace in the lives of the faithful. There's a good deal of Southern charm in Lamott's writing. She deals with the death of her mother and life with family members suffering from drug addiction and illness, all while keeping a firm grip on her faith. If there are any answers to the eternal questions, they certainly involve faith and hope, and according to Lamott, a good deal of grace.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our June, 2007 issue.
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