REVIEWERS AGREE THAT
MBK IS A PAGE-TURNER
“a story well-told, well-researched, easy to read, with fresh imagination, and beautifully written …. Here’s a book you’ll be glad you’ve read; a book of substance, a book that will leave you wanting more.”
Now Virginia Lieto and Kelly Thatcher, two Catholic writers / bloggers with their own wide followings, express the conviction that this is a book that compels you to keep reading.
Virginia Lieto calls it “a masterpiece worthy of your time.” And she offers these tantalizing tidbits to suggest why…
“What stance will James [Jesus’ stepbrother] take? Will he challenge Jesus on the interpretation of the Law? Or, will he put aside all he knows about the Law to save his brother? Will he hold fast to his Pharisee roots, or toss aside years of work in building relationships with the Sanhedrin and the priests?”
Kelly Thatcher observes that MY BROTHER’S KEEPER has…
“everything a good read should have. Suspense. Humor (and I’m talking about laugh-out-loud humor!). Tragedy. Sorrow. Joy. Education (you really learn stuff you didn’t know before). Even a bit of romance.”
I couldn’t ask for more enthusiastic endorsements than theirs. And I’m grateful to these three wonderful ladies for their willingness to delve into my writing and offer some very thoughtful reflections.
Take a few minutes to read their reviews and check out their own literary contributions…
(I was amused to discover that the name of her blog has such a familiar ring.)
If you’ve had the opportunity to read MY BROTHER’S KEEPER, please come back and give me your own thoughts about the book using the comments section below. I’d love to hear what you think of it.