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Friday, April 24, 2009

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Ed Peters

"The novel opens in 1914 and concludes at the end of the second World War."

In Dan Brown's world: 1914 was the year the Japanese bombed Honolulu in retaliation for American aggresion against Japan's allies, Cananda and China. Woodrow Wilson, unable to convince Churchill of the folly of nuclear retaliation, became a monk of Opus Dei and .... etc etc.

Vince

Her novel THE TIME BEFORE YOU DIE, set during the English Reformation, is excellent.

Sadly, I think its also out of print. Perhaps there are a few copies still floating around the cavernous IP warehouses in Colorado.

Sandra Miesel

Edith Stein was from Breslau, received an amazingly rigorous classical education, and interrupted her studies to serve as a military nurse during WWI.

Brian J. Schuettler

I was rather surprised that Lucy Beckett could not name any of the so many great Catholic writers currently writing and publishing.

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