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The Way The Way

by Kristen Wolf

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"Sure to be a book club darling."
-- Booklist

"This book took me on a journey back to the days of Jesus. I was surprised in more ways than I ever could have imagined. The Way is one of those rare novels that makes you think."
-- Javier Sierra, New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Supper

"The Way is a unique and ambitious debut novel, certain to provoke passionate discussions."
-- John Shors, bestselling author of Beneath a Marble Sky

"Wolf's voice, vision, and verve combine to make The Way an emotional and action-packed debut."
-- Alice Peck, author of Bread, Body, Spirit: Finding the Sacred in Food and Next to Godliness: Finding the Sacred in Housekeeping

"The Way is a magical, evocative first novel that I plan to buy a carton of to give to my family and friends. Kristen Wolf's rich imagery transports the reader into ancient Palestine where harmony and balance -- the feminine Way -- have been lost in the worship of a vengeful male deity. The tension between how the world is and how it might be if people followed The Way is as vital a question today as it was in ancient times. This message of compas­sion, healing, and respect for women could indeed transform our world."
-- Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., author of A Woman's Journey to God

"The point [Wolf] makes in this book is one I deeply believe in: we begin with the mother and then we lose our way -- all of us."
-- Kavita N. Ramdas, the Global Fund for Women