From the jacket:
What reviewer have to say.
“This book is an incredibly honest portrayal of one person’s struggle to find God.”~Pastor John Bradford
“Sophia Stone has a fine eye and a searching heart. Her story of growing up in and reaching through her Mormonism for a deeper, more authentic spirituality reflects all the ways that religion can both keep us satisfied with easy answers and push us to more difficult and complicated realizations. We need a hundred more books like this one, telling the truths of Mormon women's lives.” ~Joanna Brooks, author of The Book of Mormon Girl
“Sophia Stone captured my attention from the beginning. This collection of personal essays, about questioning the legitimacy of Mormonism after having faith in the religion for the first 30-something years of her life, is not just a controversial quake to a reader’s heart and soul. Stone’s voice is brave, bold and intriguing. And surprisingly relatable to someone who is not religious.”~Jessica Bell, author of String Bridge
You can get a copy at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. It is available in print and for ereaders.
If you would like to ask Sophia any questions about Mormonism and have them answered minus the usual spin you can find her on Twitter. Her account is: sophia stone@ask_a_mormon, under the hashtag #mormonquestions. (Please note, the underscores are important!)