This has to be the best read I have ever picked up, I heartily recommend you pick it up and read, I have learnt so much from this easy to read biblical history lesson and changed my ways in the process !! Well done ....
by Darren liquorish
I enjoyed reading the book and Terry makes some good points even though I do not agree with everything he writes. There is plenty to think about especially for a new Christian as Terry is very clear in his understanding of theology.
Well done for having a go and willing to share your beliefs with the wider world.
by Tineke Thurlow
This really was a thought providing novel, the characters were great and I enjoyed the spiritual ascent of the novel.
An interesting book that's more like a Platonic dialogue than a novel. Three housemates, one of whom is a devout Catholic, go to Amsterdam for the weekend. Two of them, an agnostic and a lapsed Catholic, plan a weekend of debauchery. The Catholic does not. In the course of conversations over the weekend, Sean, the Catholic, provides a compelling case for belief to both Roger, the agnostic, and Paul, the lapsed Catholic.
The questions asked by Roger are good and Sean answers them correctly and well.
The book makes for great apologetic reading and is an excellent introduction to Catholicism.
T.J. Dias was born in Leicester and attended Leicester University, studying Economic and Social History. In 1998 he spent a term at Leiden University in the Netherlands, becoming familiar with the city of Amsterdam where his debut is set. He is also a born-again Catholic, holding strict orthodox views.