What Is Found, What Is Lost, Debut Novel by Anne Leigh Parrish
Have you ever questioned the teachings of childhood, or doubted the version of God you were raised on? What Is Found, What Is Lost explores four generations of women, their struggles with faith, and their need to believe in something larger than themselves.
Anne Leigh Parrish’s fine debut novel, What Is Found, What Is Lost, is a moving and graceful tale that delves deeply into the histories of two sisters, Freddie and Holly. The women reinvent their lives and fortunes as adults, but despite new identities, find they must learn to navigate the complex network of family ties and family lies that bind them together. Parrish, in clear, deft prose, explores the meaning of motherhood, faith, loyalty, and tenderness; effortless, she carries her readers through four generations of one family’s checkered history of love.
– Mary Akers, author of Bones Of An Inland Sea.