'A great little lent course that utilises the current passion for Les Miserables'. --Good Book Stall
'Hugo's novel is essentially about issues of suffering, repentance, forgiveness, and grace; the Christian content, including Bible passages, feels appropriate and unforced...(the book) may reach parts of...congregations, which traditional courses fail to attract.' --Church Times
About the Author
Jonathan Meyer is priest-in-charge of St. Mary in the Virgin in Ewelme, which was used as the residence of the Bishop of Digne in the pivotal moment in the Les Miserables movie. He has since run a successful Lent course in his parish, on which this book is based.