When I read about how this book deals with a small town that has dormant Christian faith, I couldn't help but want to check it out. When I did, from (literall) the first page, I got an eerie sense of strange things happening. From a pastor's usual visit from an unusual guest to a spiritual conspiracy being unveiled in the most unlikely of ways to even darker elements (such as social paranoia and social Christian persecution and even a Christian woman's scathing thoughts of how modern churches operate), I could tell this author wasn't afraid to offend his audience, which I applaud him for. Unique characters with interesting pasts and connections to the story (along with their backstories) and references to foreign gods and goddesses (most of which are unknown to American audiences), it all ended with me hoping to get a hold of his next book.
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