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Spellbinder Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1993
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The book is like a backstage pass to corporate-driven TV evangelism, the "other" major money-making entertainment industry in US. Its ending is exquisite (and a valid parabole on Jesus), but its biggest strength lies in the details. Robbins did a lot of research on American TV evangelism, and paints here such a realistic picture with all those details, that one really wonders: wasn't this, by any chace... a true story ?
Though this story may sound familiar, at the time of its writing the world of televangelism was in its infancy. Which is part of what makes this potboiler so powerful.
Yet again, Robbins does NOT disappoint!!
The story is straightforward and very readable but not always very interesting. Not a bad book by any means, but it just didn't get me very involved. In fact I found it more interesting as a product of its time than as a novel (it was published in the eighties, at the time of several televangelist scandals).
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Excellent book. It shows how religion can be twisted to become big business and the message from God is "lost"Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Principals were unlike any ministers I've known in the past.Published 23 months ago by Len Porcelli
Harold Robbins never ceases to amaze me. Writing is his best achievement in this life. I enjoy reading anything he has written because I know it will be a blockbuster.Published on April 14, 2014 by Lorel A Canaday
this author never ceases to amaze me
his stories are always different from each other
I was totally surprised by the story line and subject
hard to put down
A book that will always be relevant, 'Spellbinder' hits hard and never apologizes. The climax is undeniably inspired and absolutely unforgettable. Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by M.G. Miller
I ordered this for my husband who is a Harold Robbins fan. While he likes the book, the construction is of extremely poor quality! Read morePublished on September 19, 2013 by Marilyn Lyons Pogue