Since most things related to topics like the CIA interest me, I was extremely excited to have the chance to read Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me written by Ian Cron. Ian talks about his childhood, and how growing up with an alcoholic, often absent, father affected his life. Throughout the book, Ian told different stories which focused on his childhood, teenage years, and finding his wife.
I liked the honesty Ian wrote with. He didn’t seem to sugarcoat some of the things he did in his life, such as the troubles he had with alcohol, drug use, and overall rebellion in his life. I also liked how he was able to break free from his past mistakes, and he ended up being a caring father. The book had humor throughout the book, and I was able to read this book in the span of a few days. I would recommend this book to others.
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