Review by Alice Hardy
There is a scene about halfway through this book where one of the main characters, Hester, and her mum are talking about the Quaker view on God and spirituality.
I said, “Him?”
“Well, her if you like – or even it. I don’t think of God as a big Daddy in the sky. I picture God as a spirit of light.”
This was getting a bit deep for me.
“Well, thanks,” I said. “I’d better go and begin my reading.”
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