This book was all right, but not great.
I did give some insights into the relationship between Judaism and Christianity, which I am interested in, but it was a little scattered, and not as informative as I would have liked.
Honestly, it was just too much about the author. Which is of course, what a memoir is SUPPOSED to be. But I said before I'm not really a memoir person.
This is the kind of memoir I really don't care much for, the kind with the intense navel-gazing of Eat, Pray, Love.
May I just say, it is a testament to the talent of Julia Roberts that she could carry this amazingly cumbersome movie with any amount of grace. Because she actually did.
But I digress...
It made for a good group discussion though.