Sasha Sagan’s forthcoming book deftly combines memoir, history, theology, philosophy and science into an Atheist/ Agnostic guidebook for creating and celebrating rituals to enhance a meaningful, connected life. Sagan draws upon the legacy and lessons of her parents to make the case for the miraculousness of coincidence and the natural universe.
It is truly refreshing to read a book that makes the case for a humanist, atheist worldview that is not fatalistic or condescending but includes wonder, ritual, tradition and moral grounding.
I received an advance copy of this book courtesy of Penguin Group in exchange for my honest feedback.
Goodreads rating: 4 stars