There is a book I read not long ago, The Mountain of Silence, that I really enjoyed but which in a minor way disturbed me. The author, Kyriacos Markides, comes into the events, as he lays out in the book, in a fashion he did not anticipate or in a sense choose. He is suddenly confronted with the Faith he grew up in at a time in his life where materialism no longer delivered the goods it promised and he began searching for spirituality. Kyriacos is not convinced by the exclusiveness of the claims of the Lord Jesus Christ or His Church, but is nonetheless fascinated by Father "Maximos"(an alias for the main character of the book, Fr. Athanasius) and understandably so.
I just read a blog entry that gave flesh to my disturbance here. Please follow this link and read the review. I too would still recommend the book, even with its shortcomings, but with more discretion as to whom I'm recommending it to.
I read this entry while reading The Ochlophobist's last post here.