The psychologist treating Michael, Veronica McCord, is an atheist fighting for custody of her son, while her ex-husband, a federal judge in Phoenix, has begun taking their child to the same preacher affecting Michael.
Now Michael and Veronica both have a reason to confront this controlling televangelist, but the twists will be even more surprising than they imagined. Confronting the rich Reverend Stillman at his beach house during a hurricane party in Miami, they will both certainly learn the truth over coffee cake, but with the freak hurricane clocking record winds, and a tidal wave coming, only one of them will survive to tell it.
©2003 Jonathan Lowe; (P)2003 Blackstone Audiobooks
Tornados and hurricanes are called "acts of God," and here play part of the plot. Whitener is always spot on, complimented by some mood enhancing sound effects. He's really good at delivering the anguish and longing of a young man tormented by nightmares of a preacher turned prosperity gospel TV greedy. The lady psychologist treating him sees a way to solve her own problem with her son and her ex, and Whitener is able to pull off her character's voice and dilemma too with authentic emotion. Lots of coffee to stay awake for an ending that's worth the wild ride.
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