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Rod Dreher is a senior editor at The American Conservative and the author of Crunchy Cons and The Little Way of Ruthie Leming. His work has appeared in numerous publications including the New York Post, the Dallas Morning News, National Review, First Things, and the Wall Street Journal, and broadcast on NPR's All Things Considered and BBC Radio. He lives in St. Francisville, Louisiana, with his wife Julie and their three children.
"Sometimes a book comes along that you want to press into the hands of everyone you know. A brilliant, searingly honest account of one man's path to real healing, and an invitation to the rest of us to join him."
--Eric Metaxas, New York Times bestselling author
of Miracles and Bonhoeffer
"In a word, marvelous."
--Robert Royal, First Things
"Now everyone can find in Dreher's book the wit, wisdom, and application of the great poem to your life."
--John Mark Reynolds, provost of Houston Baptist
University and author of When Athens Met Jerusalem
"Dreher has assimilated what is most urgent in Dante and makes the Divine Comedy passionately real."
--Ronald B. Herzman, SUNY, Geneseo, and co-teacher of The
Great Courses lectures on The Divine Comedy
"This book, quite unexpectedly, gave me hope about my own suffering and showed me a way forward, at the same time that it affirmed and deepened my love of literature. It can do that for you too. I hope that this book falls into your hands at exactly the right moment."
--Angelina Stanford, The Circe Institute
--Ralph C. Wood, Christianity Today
"Not simply important, but very engaging . . . the book's beauty and evangelical sincerity are quite powerful, and likely to be of benefit to one's own spiritual life."
--Carl Eric Scott, National Review Online