I finished a book last week called The Poisonwood Bible, by Barbara Kingsolver. ¬†According to the cover, it was an international bestseller, but all that I ever heard of it was my former employer Karen reading it in the Qantas lounge on the way home from a Sydney trade fair a few years ago. I am a bit behind the times – it was published in 1998. The book tells the story of the Prices, an American family from the town of Bethlehem in the US, who are uprooted by their missionary Baptist father Nathan to a tiny village in the Congo in 1960. The family consists of mother Orleanna, 15 year old Rachel, 14 year old twins Leah and Adah, identical but for…