Yes. An incredible statment on the human condition.
The death of Captin Morgan. The way his wife was given no time to morn. She simply moved on and started up with a new plan for her and the kids.
No. It's a book that's very clear on the authors stance. All points are clear as a bell.
I knew nothing of the Koran before I got this book. I need another viewpoint before I can recommend it.
If you were born before 1960, the hopelessness and futility makes perfect sense. Given the tools he had, what a wonderful statement. I loved it.
Expect a broken heart. That's what we all waited for.
If you have little or no knowledge of this part of history, it's time well spent.
Dig a little deeper if you already have a good background in the subject.
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