Books are intended to make the reader think, right? Then why are so many readers upset with the lies in this book? I had to read it to find out, and now I have, I understand. Many are upsetting. Many are maddening. And many are reasonable.
This poetry really moved me, and I'm not a poetry kind of guy. The poem, Could You Imagine, is about Christ and what he endured. It's strong stuff. I'm glad I learned that all poetry isn't about pretty flowers and sunsets.
Great sequel to the first book. I really like novels that don't feel it necessary to pander to the reader with sex and graphic violence and language. This was a fun read with it. Can't wait for the third in the series!