This is a book for anyone wondering if there's more to life. This book is for anyone who's ever been turned off by religion or church. This book is for anyone who's ever been made to feel like they aren't enough. Exile is a memoir of sorts, but it is more so meant to be a conversation starter for the reader. This book is an invitation to ask yourself hard questions. It is about experiencing a relationship with Jesus. It is about seeing life through a new perspective. This book is not written by an expert, but it is written by a guy simply sharing his experiences. Stories of failure, abuse, depression, success, fear, pain, loss, mistakes, hope, dreams, culture, traveling and more are recounted. Fans of Blue Like Jazz will appreciate the faith journey storytelling approach. Anthony spent most of his life feeling like an exile -- feeling as if he had no hope or didn't belong -- even after trying to check all the boxes of what he thought made him a "good" Christian. This is a story of seeking to experience faith as real. This is a story about how Jesus came into Anthony's life and changed everything. This book is an invitation to allow Jesus to change everything for you, too.