I Am Hutterite: The Fascinating True Story of a Young Woman's Journey to Reclaim Her Heritage (2007) by Mary-Ann Kirkby (link)

Although this was not the journey regarding finding one's identity that I thought I was embarking upon, it was a journey of identity none-the-less. The author articulates their life growing up in a Hutterite community in central Canada and their family's transition away towards a new beginning. While I am not certain that this work is as worthy as the overwhelmingly positive praise it received suggests, it is likely much better than I consider it to be. A good read for someone who is interested in faith-based communities, but a story that seems too commonly told across genres.