Hallelujah Anyway, by Anne Lamott

hallelujahHallelujah Anyway is trademark Anne Lamott — funny, wry, wise and insightful; a Christian spirituality that’s very open to non-Christians and maybe even non-believers. Everything I’ve said in reviews of her last couple of books (see Stitches, for example) is true here too: always an enjoyable read, but not as meaty or engaging as her earlier books which included longer, more memoir-style essays. Still, there’s no such thing as a bad Anne Lamott book, and I found this reflection on the concept of mercy to be as good as most of her writing.


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