A Memory for Wonders: A True Story
Here for the first time is a captivating autobiography of a French girl raised in the wild Moroccan frontier by her communist parents who fled France and vowed that "no one would speak to her of God and influence the development of her mind with oppressive superstition." Everything in her education, environment and training was targeted toward making her a perfect product...more
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I am loving this. Preface is by the marvelous Mother Mary Frances who who was catalyst for the book being published. An intimate auto biography of an amazing godly life. A French girl with atheistic anti-clerical parents growing up in Morocco... I have a daughter in Casablanca and this book was recommended by a priest friend.