Today, Kirkus Reviews posted a review of Charles Sherman’s The Broken and the Whole. It was also given “The Kirkus Star” which are “awarded to books of exceptional merit.” Here’s an excerpt from their review:
Throughout, Sherman ties his narrative to his faith, exploring how everything he has experienced, from anger to joy, is mirrored in Scripture. “When I heard Eyal’s terrible prognosis, my life was shattered,” he writes. “But eventually, as Moses did, I got up and climbed the mountain again.”
Deeply moving, extraordinarily thought-provoking and entirely humane.