If you want a historical account of Woodworth-Etter's life, one that names campaign dates and locations along with positive and negative newspaper reports and personnal trials you will be satisfied. Though it was obvious that Warner did much research, the book did not read well. It lacked organization. He jumped from one event to another, then back again much too often. I never really got a sense of her heart, who she truly was. I had hoped to be inspired through this book. The only inspiration came in the endnotes; excerpts of writings from her book (Marvels and Miracles). One thing I did learn from this book is that in America, Christians are persicuted by other Christians.