Author: Ali Millar. Review by Robert Ashton.
I’ve always found Jehovah’s Witnesses fascinating and, over the years, have come to know several reasonably well. But only one, Kevin our window cleaner, has ever been prepared to talk about faith. We’ve chatted about how he spends Saturdays knocking on doors, and how he remains cheerful, even after people have been rude or slammed their door in his face. But what happens at his Kingdom Hall has been a subject he’s always avoided sharing with me. So Ali Millar’s memoir, about growing up a Jehovah’s Witness and then leaving the movement, was a book I had to read.
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