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Cities of Refuge by Michael Helm
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Nov 02, 10

Read in October, 2010

This is a wonderful, complex book that explores the types of refuges we seek, be they cultural, personal, or emotional. A young woman is attacked in the first chapter of the book, and this attack becomes the pebble thrown in the lake, causing ever-widening circles of response. An interesting mind is at work here, exploring fear, and most of all for me, the ambiguities within which we all manage to live. The language is lovely, thoughtful. Highly recommended.
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