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sometimes as good as Dostoyevsky,
By A Customer
This review is from: Father Elijah: An Apocalypse (Paperback)
A very good Catholic novel. At its best, reminded me of Dostoyevsky. A monk, a former Jew who escaped from the holocaust, is given the commission from the pope to witness to the man who is on his way to become the anti-Christ, seeking the salvation of his soul. Some spy-novel kind of intrigue and, sometimes, fast-paced action. But the dialogues are profound, devout, inspiring, and marvelously written. In some ways like a Roman Catholic Frank Peretti, but written with the skill of a true artist and a the soul of a pious mystic.