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It should be put on the screen and when it is, it will be a hit I'll be sure to watch.
I enjoyed Larry Beinhart's "Salvation Boulevard" more than any book I've read in a while, dropped everything and stayed up to 1 a.m. to finish it.
And the author seems to have convinced himself that he has written some sort of biting, trenchant social commentary.
religious quotes too detailed and made reading tedious. Story line obvious early on..Born again in any faith is not something that falls apart this easilyPublished 3 months ago by Al Jazz
Really enjoyed his book, The Librarian which I rate 4.5 stars, but whilst this was reasonably enjoyable
not a must read .
I enjoyed this book so much so that once I started reading it I didn't put it down for 2 days I found myself bringing the book to the table and reading it while I was eating I... Read morePublished on September 11, 2011 by Tinker
I wanted to like this book . . . it is an interesting, thoughtful premise. But the plot wobbled all over the place, the initial plot mechanic got lost . . . Read morePublished on September 1, 2010 by Richard Berg
So what's the big deal with this book? My aunt saw some write-up or heard about it on NPR and felt compelled to tell me about it. Read morePublished on March 12, 2009 by B. J. Jones
a good story about what can happen when one is afraid to create her/his own religious views but instead rather blindly follows a religious leader; it's also about a person that... Read morePublished on February 17, 2009 by timwtheos
I have regularly checked for new Beinharts for years, ever since the wonderful Tony Casella trilogy (and why why why are they out of print? Read morePublished on February 16, 2009 by Alice Chalmers
Salvation Boulevard is truly a thinking person's mystery, and it has its exciting moments. The CTM sex/murder conspiracy with Jorge Guzman de Vaca insinuating his business... Read morePublished on February 6, 2009 by Shadowfax