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Under the Banner of Heaven: A Story of Violent Faith by Jon Krakauer: I began listening to this as I thought it would be a compelling narrative about a pair of murders, what I got though was an overview of Mormonism, polygamy, and a narrow history of the united states. Having read other works by Krakauer before I knew that I was going to enjoy the delivery of the content, but I did not expect the path that the delivery would take. Feeling like I could better appreciate the hit tv show, Big Love, after listening to this book, my eyes were opened a bit more to the vast and complex world of religion. I’m not exactly sure who is book is best suited for, and thus can’t make a recommendation. I wouldn’t read it again, but I am thankful I did.

March 3, 2020 2020 reviews books

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