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A Quick Tip by npalbonico

  • Jun 22, 2010
The only thing interesting about these books is the degree to which the authors demonstrate a complete ignorance of human experience on every page. The writing is clunky, the characters are as deep as the film on my shower walls, and the plot drags on, and on, and on, and on, and on and...........on. Read C.S. Lewis if you want fiction that brings the full resources of the Christian faith to bear on REAL human experience.
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ISBN-10: 0842329129 (pbk.)
ISBN-13: 9780842329125 (pbk.)
Author: Tim Lahaye, Jerry B. Jenkins
Genre: Christian Fiction
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Date Published: January 29, 1996
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