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The Trinity Paperback – July 1, 2007
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The characterization of the sweet young man is in stark contrast with the insane priest, though both are fascinating to watch. But the structural component I enjoyed most was the way these two central characters so efficiently hear what they want to hear from each other. Neither seems to understand - until late in the novel - what the other's motivations are, yet they blithely continue their association, despite the promise of various kinds of tragedy in their respective futures.
Fold in some interesting detail about the US Navy - and not in an overbearing, Clancy way - and an almost nostalgic setting in the final days of the Cold War, and you get an enjoyable read.