People familiar with Marianne Williamson's A Return to Love and with the tapes of some of her lectures are likely to find her book Everyday Grace:  Having Hope, Finding Forgiveness, and Making Miracles a somewhat pleasant read, but not quite so interesting or worthwhile.  The book offers advice on a number of topics relating to daily life for those trying to lead a spiritual life.  People who have done a certain amount of reading on such topics will find that this book has nothing new to offer.  The book moves somewhat rapidly from topic to topic without much development of any ideas and with only occasional somewhat sketchy examples to illustrate the concepts.  I have the impression that the author wrote the book for the sake of writing a book, churning out the words until she had the minimal amount of material necessary to constitute a book.  If you have not yet read A Return to Love, then by all means do so.  Everyday Grace is for die-hard fans who have read A Return to Love and want more, even if not of the same quality.



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