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Converting Kate by Beckie Weinheimer
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Mar 04, 2008

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Read in February, 2007

An interesting insight into a girl breaking free from her mother's unnamed constrictive Church, as she also comes to term with her father's death. This isn't a book for every reader, but one that will provoke interesting self-reflection for certain readers. As evidenced by the afterword, this was clearly a very personal story for the author. I'm always curious after a book like this--will the writer write again, about a different topic entirely? Or was this her own therapy of a sort, and now there's nothing more to write about? Side-note -- the cover drew me in -- lovely stained glass, reflective girl, coastal setting...nicely done.

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