I'M PERFECT is the April 7th pick on Jim Agnew's Literary World.
And, the Tuscon Citizen had very nice things to say yesterday, as I am a recommended new release:
Abrahams was raised a Jehovah's Witness in Pawtucket, R.I., where she was smug in the belief that as long as she refrained from doing such things as singing the national anthem or drawing a turkey from the outline of her hand, she was safe and would be one of the few not left behind at Armageddon. When she finds herself married at 18 to a man she doesn't love, with adultery her only escape, she decides to run, losing her religion, and her future, in one breath. This remarkable book, written with unexpected wit and deep compassion, is truly a unique coming-of-age story that is certain to be every bit as haunting as a Ouija board.