Leu Khanh Khanh من عند 51327, Kamensko, كرواتيا
الأم لا تريد كلبًا وها هي البطة ، أحب القصائد!
He is just too shrill in this book to be taken seriously. As an atheist, I found myself angry that he used such flimsy "proof" under the guise of "as we all know" and "as anyone can see" when it was far from evident that he was adequately supporting his case. I highly recommend Love, Poverty and War, a collection of essays. His excoriation of Mother Teresa is more interesting and convincing, in my opinion.
I don't know. It may be that I have read too many of Rollins works that almost seem real, but this one is a bit off for me. Not that bad a story, but it is stretching the willingness to believe a bit too far. Still, not hard to keep reading and the whole thing wraps up nicely.