of “Following Our Bliss”
takes an uncommonly discerning and sensitive journalist do document
the spiritual character and legacy of an era, and Don Lattin manages
to do so with the masterful aplomb in his instructive and highly
readable Following Our Bliss."
— Arkansas Democrat Gazette
"Much terrific reporting, captivating storytelling, and enjoyable
reading…a worthwhile thought-provoking work."
— Yoga Journal
"Lattin does not shy away from the sharp edges, the contradictions,
the margins of faith…He captures the double vision of religion,
always looking forward and backward at the same time."
— Washington Post
"Veterans of the 1960s will enjoy Don Lattin’s wide and
witty examination of the lingering spiritual impact of drugs, free
love, and an often half-crazy cast of gurus who paraded through the
— Detroit Free Press
"A very readable and thoughtful book about
the generation that came of age during the sixties. While the intervening
decades have comprised an incredible journey, few have completely understood
it. This book should go a long way in helping to fill this gap."
— Orville Schell, dean of the Graduate School of Journalism,