The fact that it is a story about someone telling a story, which violates the first rule of story telling of show, not tell. If I was listening to a sermon or someone teaching about prophetic parallels with Israel and America it would have been ok, but instead this is trying to pass off as fiction and as such is not compelling.
I wasn't sure if he was trying for sorkin-eske dialogue with his repetition or if he just felt the need to repeat almost every idea. If he didn't repeat so much, the time I spent on this book could have been cut in half.
Found another word to use instead of calamity. Just told the story as it was happening, instead of telling the story of someone telling a story. Not repeat EVERYTHING.
Soothing. Interesting. The best part of the experience.
Anger. I found myself yelling in the car... I GET IT ALREADY, MOVE ON!
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