"I saw some parents at Liberty Park who were chasing their kids around. The dad was smoking a cigarette and I had such overwhelming pity for those poor kids because I assumed their dad must have been a terrible person, and it only stood to reason that he was an awful father who didn't love his children. I was able to quickly deduce all this because he was smoking. I watched him push his kids on the swing, wondering when he might push them too far, something only a wicked person would do."
Mormon Boy is an unforgettable peek into the world of a young Warren Driggs-his wonderful family, his loving parents, nine siblings, and a supportive, tight-knit community. What could possibly be wrong with that?
This honest, heartwarming, and at times hilarious coming-of-age-and-out-of-religion memoir will leave you laughing, smiling, and cringing until the last page.