The spoon-fed religious dogma espoused by the characters over-powers the original story line. Instead of a story, you get a sense of desperate proselytising by a non-inclusive sect.
The character development is poor and lacks continuity, and the dialogue is more reminiscent of dime-store romance novels.
Finally, the plot drags on while characters talk about "more important" issues, such as casting aspersions on people of more mainstream faiths.
The daily edition of the morning newspaper provides more inspiration than this novel.
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