My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The Artist’s Daughter: A Memoir by Alexandra Kuykendall is a person story of finding one’s identity in God, their father.
I heard Alex’s amazing story while at MomCon (a conference for MOPS International). I was blown away by her presence and peace. She knew exactly who she was and that knowledge came from God and being “the Artist’s” daughter.
The book was a good but I was already aware of the story so it was less revealing for me that it could have been. I also found it difficult to relate to parts because I know my father and he is such a strong and powerful person in my life. I think this book would have great for my mom who did not have a father growing up and had identity issues from that missing piece.
I would recommend this book to teens/young adults who did not have a strong father in their life. I believe they would be able to learn a lot about acceptance through the story.
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