Author: Jennifer Kavanagh. Review by Diana Jeater
Jennifer Kavanagh’s publications on various aspects of Quaker spirituality will be well known to readers of the Friend. Her latest book is a novel, but it is nevertheless deeply imbued with Quaker sensibility – without ever explicitly mentioning Quakerism. It is an unusual, kind and uplifting book. It manages to be a gripping page-turner, while also bringing the reader to a deeper understanding of how we can find our voices to speak out about injustice.
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