Synopses & Reviews
Good dads are almost as rare as fire-breathing dragons or at least so it seems. New from Donald Miller, author of the critically acclaimed Blue Like Jazz, comes a gut-wrenchingly honest look at growing up without a father. In a unique, literary style, Donald and John MacMurray the man who taught Donald the things his dad never did encourage readers to both recognize and leave behind the disappointment and emotional scars marked by having absent earthly fathers.
Miller, the author of the critically acclaimed "Blue Like Jazz," and MacMurray, the man who taught Miller the things his own dad never did, deliver a gut-wrenchingly honest look at growing up without a father.
About the Author
Donald Miller is a writer, campus ministry leader, and speaker. He is the author of Prayer and the Art of Volkswagen Maintenance and Blue Like Jazz. Miller makes his home in the Pacific Northwest.