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on Sep. 28, 2011 :
The Prophet's Wives by Susann Wells Bennett
Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
I am convinced that Susan Bennett must have been a member of a polygamous community in a previous life. Though I still can't determine if as wife or husband. Her ability to create characters that depict this variety of real-life society is amazing. Add well-written English that makes reading the book a journey into what may be twisted minds, though perhaps not. But, I am a fan and may be biased.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Aug. 29, 2010 :
Lazarus Dale is creepy. ‘Nuff said. But creepy can be interesting and surely many of the characters in this book find him so. Lazarus is the founder and prophet of the LLW sect/cult. This books covers his life from inception of his LLW techniques to the building of his empire. Inadvertently and otherwise, he manages to ruin quite a few lives along the way.
The book focuses on the three women that follow him on this strange and dark road. They each are all drawn to him because of his overpowering personality but its how they change that gives each woman’s story a unique conclusion.
The books characters run the gambit from innocent believers, like Ava and Zoe to the truly dangerous like Richard. All in all, an easy read and entertaining. I would recommend.
(reviewed the day of purchase)