TamH (IL, USA))
What I liked most in this novel is the way the author describes the events, the details, and the characters. You can actually "see" the events in the story going on and you feel like you are watching a movie that plays in you head. Another great point is the satisfying amount of "smart humor" that runs in the story line. The author must be a highly intelligent man to be able to come up with that. Most of the jokes are really creative with a small twist. You have to read the book to get what I mean. Dr Brown also describes the main character, the way he thinks and feels, in details that makes it both easy and enjoyable to understand and digest him. The story spreads among two generations and different countries, and there is enough action, and just where it is supposed to be and in the amount needed. There is also a very interesting touch of shy and innocent romance toward the last third of the book-something really missed in most of the novels and movies nowadays. Anybody interested in theology and questioning the origin of faith will also like this story, and it is noteworthy that the religious quotes and interpretations are actually not fictional.
I highly recommend this book and I guarantee you will enjoy it and won't have second thoughts not even a single time.