This was a "oh that looks interesting, think I'll get it" purchase while looking for something else (though to be honest I forget what else I was looking for and if I even found it).
It was a nice light read, perfect for a week of vacation time (which I took last week).
As the author herself points out, it does seem a little precocious for someone to write a spiritual memoir before turning 30 but this one works. The story of a journey from one way of understanding the faith to another comes through with honesty and integrity. I kept finding myself highlighting passages for future reference.
BUt I do have to wonder, given the comments she makes about the implausibility of there being one "Biblical" worldview how she ever wrote a book about Biblical womanhood....