I thought this might be a preachy God is real kind of book. And to me, it was. If I had been reading it I would have put it down. Because it was on my Ipod on my Bose speakers, I listened to it while I did household tasks. The same underlying message repeated over and over. Spoiler alert: main character does not believe in God but those he cherishes in life do. A loosely veiled lecture with what could have been an interesting premise if the author had developed the plot instead of the continued doubting Thomas/I need proof/oh wait there is a God story. If you were expecting any kind of variation on the many novels following the old Dan Brown mystery/search/uncover a secret hidden for centruries--this is NOT close. Some folks who like religious fiction, reiterating the "God is real" theme in a weak story may like this. It wasn't what I hoped for and the writing/dialogue was not mature or rich.
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