Andrew Klavan’s latest work is a major departure from his usual sort of fare, novels which might generally be classified as thrillers. The book loosely tells the story of his life thus far, with a particular focus on his religious conversion from atheism to Christianity.
An honest and intriguing journey into the heart and mind of a novelist as he documents his unusual journey to faith. Well written with surprising twists and turns (which one should expect from a true story). I wish Klavan writes an entire book one day on his analysis of the goodness of Western European and its intrinsic antisemitism, which he touches on briefly here.
Loved his story. It proves that what Jesus and God are about is there for all of us to find.