I recently decided I wanted to make a change to the books I read on Sundays. In order to make it more of an uplifting day, I made the decision to read books on Sundays that have some type of gospel or spiritual significance.
It might mean I have to interrupt whatever book I’m reading during the week – and it might take multiple Sundays to get through a single book – but it felt like something I should do.
Embracing the Broken was one of these “Sunday books”, but it didn’t turn out to be that inspiring.
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I first heard about The Sisters Brothers when I was told that parts of the movie were filmed around my small hometown in Oregon. I later learned that none of it was even filmed in the United States, but my town was mentioned a few times during the movie, and that’s pretty exciting.
After looking into the film a little more I discovered it was rated R. Any movie rated R contains some kind of content I wouldn’t be comfortable watching, so I forgot about it.
A while later I found the book while shopping for books at local thrift stores. I know that movies will occasionally add content to warrant the R rating, so I bought the book to give it a try.
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