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Amazing, transformative.

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Reviewed: 30-07-2019

The way the Esther contexualises infidelity reimagines what it is to be in a relationship without condoning transgression nor condemning the unfaithful. Instead it is an honest mature look at the topic with a plurality of cases which provide the reader with a host of different aspects to relate their own thoughts feeling and experiences. 10/10

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Great

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Reviewed: 27-05-2018

Great book, very interesting look at race and class, great use of perspective. As a (ambigously) white Australian, this book really opened my eyes to how race and class affect broader international dynamics.

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Reviewed: 06-04-2017

As someone with an agnostic upbringing, I found this dipiction of Jesus incredibly accessible, and I am now considering finding out more about christianity.