The Latter Days by Judith Freeman

Find in catalogThis is an autobiography of the early part of the author’s life, growing up in a large Mormon family in Ogden, Utah. She was born in 1946, so it is a book about an era as well as a place and culture… and of course, about the writer’s experience in and then after leaving the church. I was interested in the subject and kept expecting more. She is a good writer, but I found myself hoping for information about her feelings, not just a description of her situation. I stayed on through the end, thinking maybe there would be more reflection at the end. There was some, but I felt a little unsatisfied.

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