Not nearly as good as "The Bible Cure for Gullability", which is very direct in its theme of blaming the victim for their lack of faith. I find it difficult to understand how either a Christian or a physician could author such a book.
The narration is quite good, but I did find it difficult to distinguish the gender of some characters by the vocalizations. At first, I thought some of the male characters were women with heavy smoking habits. It doesn't detract as much as one might imagine, as the story quickly absorbs the distraction.
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