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I nearly devoured Addie's first memoir, "When we were on Fire", and was thrilled to read "Night Driving." Addie has a way of describing herself in terms both exacting and accepting, in ways I found both self-aware and self-absorbed. But having grown up in a similar religious environment as Addie (though mine was partly by choice), I understood much of Addie's thoughts and feelings.
It's a beautiful journey, by turns hopeful and hopeless, angry and joyful. Addie is, as we all are, a work in progress.
As with "When we were on Fire", the narrator is a perfect choice, with her voice both light and angsty.
Well worth your time and credit if you're interested in the continuation of Addie's story specifically or faith journeys in general.