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on June 9, 2012
The plot of this novel is preposterous. I will say that I read the entire novel just to see how the author would manage to pull everything together--it was rather like watching an accident happen. The reasons why the hero Joel/Joseph goes into hiding are rather ridiculous, and his family dynamics are unbelievable in any era.
The grammar and editing for this novel need improvement. There were instances over and over again of possessive nouns and pronouns being used rather than plural nouns and pronouns. When I encountered the first one, I gave the author the benefit of the doubt, but then I discovered that they were scattered throughout.
I downloaded this book for free. I would not recommend paying for it.