The first thing to be said about this novel is that it is a rattling good read; one really does want to know what is going to happen next, in the novel's main plot and also in the love interest.Let me not give away the ending but say that there are some good and unexpected twists. It is, too, that very rare thing nowadays - a Christian novel. Its fine intentions shine like a good deed in a naughty world that wants to make people better - and what is wrong with that?
-Catholic Times, October 17, 1999
Readers with understanding of the difference between truth and mere fact will find this book rewarding, perhaps even lifechanging...Jetmundsen has produced a readable, spiritually instructive work which should find a wide market.
-The Anniston Star, April 23, 2000
For fans of the Screwtape Letters and its sequel Screwtape Proposes a Toast, it takes a welcome step along a route well defined by C.S. Lewis. I do not think the great Christian author would be disappointed.
-The Oxford Times, October 3, 1999
The Anglican Digest, Lent A.D. 2000
The Alabama Lawyer, March, 2000
Touchstone Review
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