Sarah Whisted's Reviews > Home Is Where My People Are: The Roads That Lead Us to Where We Belong
Home Is Where My People Are: The Roads That Lead Us to Where We Belong
I'd never read Sophie's blog prior to picking up this book, it was simply an impulse buy after seeing Korie Robertson rave about it on instagram. But it has all sorts of things I like: the south, comedy, tales of a christian's walk and struggles, the 80's/90's, life lessons, etc... so it seemed like an easy purchase. Sophie's voice is wholly entertaining, even telling the most regular stories. I loved that she's by no means a perfect Christian women, nor is she trying to sell herself that way - she's honest in her walk (and her lack thereof at times) and that's refreshing. An overall enjoyable read!
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