After reading Harmanc's comment - I expected to read a lot of pages about attempts to convert the main character. I am not sure if we even read the same book. While his conversion is certainly a part of the book, I didn't see any extended dialogue on people trying to persuade him toward a conversion. The story was quite similar to the first book in the series, and actually had more action. Quite intense.
I couldn't finish this. Instead of being fairly action packed like Twelfth Imam is, this book is mostly introspective God-searching. It's not about David Shirazi searching for nukes, it's all about David Shirazi's circle of friends trying to lead him to Christianity. Fine for some others, but not my type of book at all.
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