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  • Wonderfully, emotional book

    The closing trilogy of the West's trilogy is a wonderful story about a more humane, personal Church. The Clowns of God is the most “religious” in a sense that it asks what does it take of believe, and the answer is a rather Catholic answer. Which some may like, some not. But the journey is worth the read. It is definitely asking good questions, and showing interesting situations. The book is a child of the Cold War, but that does not diminish it’s message. At some points the description about the Church, by necessity, are are very detailed. I liked it, but those not well-versed in the Roman Catholic hierarchy, history and traditions, will miss many fine points, and many parallels to the real world in the book. Not a grave problem, but definitely lessens the enjoyment somewhat. As Most West books this one is also adventurous enough to be entertaining, but just detailed enough not to be a too easy read. If you loved Morris West’s other works, and you are not bothered by the religious topic of this book, you will probably like this one too.

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