The author spent too much time restating the storyline from the first book, presumably so you wouldn't need to read them in order but it was very tedious. This trend continued in the final book and really diminished my enjoyment. The first was definitely the best!
The narrator was spot on for the book. The characters were very well developed, believable and recognizable.
The angst of the father brings to mind some of John Irving's writing.
There were too many to pick one out. The father, our hero, had such a great voice every scene was well done.
Definitely, the father.
I plan to read more by Don DeLillo!!
This is my second time reading this book so not sure I'd read it again, perhaps..
The theme will remain timely and relevant as long as people remain human.
The novice priest.
No, just consistent enjoyment of the story.
Definitely on my recommend list.
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