The Bishop's Daughter
by Tiffany L. Warren
Reviewed by: Marquist
Tiffany L. Warren has written an interesting and refreshing novel entitled The Bishop’s Daughter. Darrin Brainbridge, a freelance blogger decides to travel from Cleveland to Atlanta in pursuit of his first big story, an expose on Bishop Kumal Prentiss. Upon arriving in Atlanta, Darrin initially thinks his journalistic instinct of scandal brewing in the congregation was wrong. However, he quickly learns his instincts were completely on point.
Told from the perspective of both Darrin and Emoni, The Bishop’s Daughter was a delight to read. This is a book about forgiveness and finding yourself. Readers are able take a fictional journey into the lives of multiple characters. Eventually, you arrive with Darrin at his moment of self-discovery--the point in his life when he begins to see the errors of his ways and starts to imagine a path toward redemption.
Don't expect everything to be tied together neatly at the end. Warren leaves the readers with a few loose ends to ponder. I like that - an author demanding the participation of the reader after the novel is completed. I will definitely continue to look for more work by this author in the future.
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