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A book about women who honor organized religion but struggle with their second-class status within it.
A journalist's look at an ultra-conservative, ultra-patriarchal vangelical Protestant movement.
I’m Perfect, You’re Doomed is not only a memoir of her time in a faith often construed as a cult but also a tale of OCD, addiction, and broken families.
Campbell’s wry wit and ability to break down Scripture crown her the Sarah Vowell of feminist theology.
The idea that humans have a lot in common with animals isn’t a shocking conclusion, but Holmes approaches the subject with endearing honesty.
Graphic novel Tamara Drewe explores the lives of Beth, the manager of a writer’s retreat in the countryside; her cheating husband/acclaimed novelist, Nicholas Hardiman; Andy, the hunky groundskeeper; and Tamara Drewe, a cosmetically modified hot-piece-of-ass columnist.
Some of Nelson's stories can get repetitive, but they remain funny, dark, graceful, and engaging anyway.
A first novel explores themes of love, loss, and family.
Empathy, quiet humor, and extraordinary attention to minor details make this novel about a Southern family a success.
Voodoo rituals, the last automobile on earth, and utopia make for a bizarre graphic novel with evocative art.
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