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The themes of blasphemy and faith are explored very subtly from many different angles.
In praise of what is a beautifully written story - actually the weaving of parallel stories - first, is Farndale's ability to place us in the midst of his settings.
It might seem that there are too many sub-plots and characters but they all seem to play a part.
Honestly, I bought this novel at my local Dollar Tree for $1 because I was desperate for a book to read and all the local bookstores were closed. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Christi Gibson
Could not put this book down. It kept you going the whole way, I never lost interest for a second.Published 13 months ago by carol bamberry
This book was in great condition when it arrived, I enjoyed reading it and had to pass it on to friendsPublished 17 months ago by maggie07
This novel kept me in suspense throughout the whole reading. Highly recommended for anyone who wants a really good read.Published 21 months ago by kit
Characters did not draw me in, couldn't find voice of the author. I will admit though, fighting couple books and/or military books are not my choices. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Karen D
Fascinating, paranormal, gripping, and full of human frailties. This was one of my favourite books of the year. Don't miss it!Published 21 months ago by Margie Riley
My goodness, there is SO much going on in this book, it's a minor miracle it is all packaged up and concluded in 492 pages. Is there a God or is there not? Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kiwiflora
There are many twists and turns to this tale, it has scope for a good discussion. It might seem that there are too many sub-plots and characters but they all seem to play a part.Published 23 months ago by Leser
Two men, three generations apart, cope with the consequences of their failure of nerve. Daniel Kennedy, an academic scientist, is taking his long-time lover and mother of his... Read morePublished on July 31, 2012 by M. Bailey