Thin Places: A Memoir

Thin Places: A Memoir

There are memoirs that are meant to be funny tell about the humorous experiences in a person’s life and there are those that are thrilling like spies talking about the Cold War. Others are heart felt and meant to inspire people going through similar situation.

Thin Places: A Memoir by Mary DeMuth is one woman’s journey through pain and suffering only to come out unscathed after finding God and religion. DeMuth was an abused latchkey child who spent long hours alone with no one to talk to or be with.

Her life began spiraling out of control and it wasn’t until she found God that everything suddenly became clear. She explores how her life changes after discovering the Lord and encourages people to seek their own path to enlightenment through God. We all have those days, weeks or months where we feel lost and out of control.

Right when something good comes along, it seems something else comes to knock you off your feet. DeMuth shows us that even during our most darkest hour the light of God is there for us. We can reach out and take a hold and find our way out of the darkness. Thin Places: A Memoir tells Mary’s story, but also is a guide on the importance of finding God and salvation and how it can turn your life around. You see the world differently and there is a very bright light at the end of the tunnel. The book makes you want to understand not only yourself more, but God’s glory as well.