"As an author, I was deeply appreciative of the challenge that faced Moore in making her protagonist and antagonist the same character. How was she going to get her readers to "root for the bad guy" to change? This is a masterful, beautifully written novel. To my mind, it takes its place next to The Screwtape Letters, in demonstrating the cunning of the evil one. It also places Moore as at top of the list of great writers of the Restoration." --G.G. Vandagriff, author of The Last Waltz
5 Stars! "I asked to read Alma The Younger even though I am not Mormon, nor am I familiar with their teachings. You have to understand also that I read everything with a deep level of disbelief. I demand the author prove to me that s/he can tell a story and make me live it with them. It came as a true delight that Heather Moore didn't whitewash anything. The main character, Alma the younger, is an antihero, and he was modeled so believably, I started to wonder midway how he was going to be redeemed. Do I recommend this book? Absolutely."
--Maria Zannini, author & designer