Thursday August 13, 2020

The Book of Longings: A riveting Biblical adventure to set the reader’s heart racing

Sue Monk Kidd’s new novel is a startlingly vividly realised piece of historical fiction

7th June, 2020
Sue Monk Kidd: her fourth novel portrays Jesus, not as a miracle worker, but as a revolutionary, keen to throw off the yoke of Rome and to decry the corruption and greed of the Church


The Book of Longings

By Sue Monk Kidd

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