Kyria Abrahams’ debut book from Touchstone is a memoir about growing up a Jehovah’s Witness, and it hits bookstores in March. Kirkus raves, “Undoubtedly the cleverest lapsed Jehovah’s Witness yet, Abrahams offers a graphic, mordant, wickedly distaff take on the first two decades of her current life. It’s a confessional talking cure, melancholy as well as funny as it chronicles unharmonious family life, a short miserable marriage, foul boyfriends, booze and pervasive naïveté. As oddly engrossing as repeated slow-motion viewings of an accident in an amusement park.”