The basic information is fine, but the author spends at least 50% of the time on distractions, tangents, superfluous information, and digressions.
The book has an obvious religious message that the author attempts to deliver through the story of a mid east nuclear crisis. If you want to read about miracles and visions in the midst of pending war, this book is for you. The problem is that the story line is lame and exists only to allow the author to preach. A horrible book.
This book was utterly ridiculous. There is a demon (is it real or symbolic?) that haunts a ship of adventurers. Haven't we already seen two versions of the Thing ? I gave up after struggling to stay with this loser. Really, really bad.
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