What Happened to Sophie Wilder

What Happened to Sophie Wilder - Christopher R. Beha Take out the occasional mention of cell phones and the internet, and this novel could have been set at nearly any time in the 20th century. In fact I kept forgetting that it wasn't set in the 1960s. The internal first-person storyline feels reminiscent of Kerouac or Plath. While I found the idea of Sophie's crisis of faith interesting, I didn't enjoy reading about it, but I'm not terribly interested in spirituality anyway- it seems likely this would resonate more with a different reader. Overall, it's a well-crafted novel, and I'll keep an eye out for his next book.