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A Review of
Snake Oil: The Art of Healing and Truth-Telling.
Hardback: Jericho Books, 2013
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Reviewed by Emily Sutterfield
If you feel overwhelmed by the violence of today, disconnected from creation, and disheartened by the inequalities in society, Snake Oil will heal your heart and rebirth a much-needed hope inside.
When I first picked up Snake Oil, I thought it was going to be just another book about some do-gooder starting a non-profit. I was wrong. This is a book that pulls apart the layers of the story of a priest starting a program for abused women. Each layer unfolds in a beautiful way. Organic. Heartbreaking. Hopeful.