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The style of the book is very easy to read and it flows well.
Roose did a fantastic, balanced job of telling us what life at Liberty is like, without turning it into a farce or a bashing of evangelical Christianity.
Roose has a wonderful sense of humor - I even laughed out loud at times, which is rare for me when reading a book.
I thought this was a very well written book. Good pacing and a really good subject as well. I'm an evangelical, and because I've read the book "Unchristian" already (a book... Read morePublished 4 days ago by lunchtable
I can't say enough good things about this book. As an evangelical Christian, I was pleasantly surprised by the fair and analytic view the author took and the open-mindedness with... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Matthew Parker
This book changed my views on Liberty a lot, and brought back a lot of my memories of Campus Crusade for Christ. Thanks Kevin!Published 16 days ago by G. Parsley
Didn't think I'd like this book for book club but it was well written and very engaging.Published 26 days ago by Ann
Kevin Roose is a typical Brown University student: he parties, hooks up, drinks, hangs out in coffeeshops, has plenty of gay friends, and is a lifelong liberal from a family of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joel Kramer
I passed it on to many family members. He is a great & insightful writer, especially considering his young age. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeff Snavely
Kevin's ability to remain open minded and neutral through his semester at Liberty is truly amazing. His honesty and efforts are clearly shown through his excellent writing style. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thrill70
Whether you're an atheist, a Born-Again Christian, or anyone else, this is worth the read. It's not so much about the author himself but rather about Liberty University from an... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nancy K. Applegate
I really enjoyed this book. I have a fascination with the psychology of extreme religions and the humanity of those drawn to them. Roose's writing is accessible and entertaining. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Research Junkie