Cradle and All – A Book Review

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Copyright: 2000

Rating: 4.5/5

My Synopsis:

There are two young teenage virgins. One lives in America and one lives in Ireland. The strange part? Both of these teenagers are pregnant! Private Detective Anne Fitzgerald is hired to help Father Rosetti discover which virgin is the mother of a child of Christ and which child is the child of Satan. Will these two individuals along with other holy individuals be able to tell the difference? Will they be able to save the world and the children of these two virgins?

My Opinion:

This book is fantastic! It was fast-paced and utterly interesting. I loved the idea of two virgins being pregnant and just how the world reacts to something so amazing. James Patterson does a great job of showing the human reaction to such an incredible event. This is the first book I read by Patterson with a religious angle and I truly loved it! The characters were intriguing and you really felt like you knew them. The only complaint I have about the book is that some things didn’t quite seem to add up and while I didn’t totally hate the ending, it seemed as if Patterson became desperate and just threw together something that he thought of last minute. To be honest, though, it was a great read and I’d be more than happy to read it again and again!

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