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on 4 May 2012
Coming home from a Saturday morning shopping trip the Donoghues find their cross with the carved Jesus Christ cut down and burnt in their garden.Their son David sits staring blankly with a chainsaw by his feet.Similar situations have been happening across the world over the last few years.In Rome a conference is set up to discuss what is happening and why.It seems that children and adults from all dominations of Christianity,with a great faith are finding themselves feeling nausea and sorrow when looking at Jesus on the cross.Who or what is causing this?
Athough the story it'self appealed to me this book wasn't what i had hoped it would be.The prologue put me off slightly as it was written as if it was for children,Which was strange when going on to the first chapter which was definately written for adults.
I gave it 3* as i have read worse and better, and this is just my personal view.
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3.8 out of 5 stars