Woman of God, written by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro …
What to say?
I’ve got a love / hate relationship with James Patterson already and I barely know him as an author.
The PLOT of this book is compelling and interesting.
Brigid Fitzgerald, a physician volunteering in desperate south Sudan, is a religious Catholic woman from Boston. Whom God seems to hate. She faces more challenges than Job. Her faith is tested over and over.
I enjoyed seeing a female priest. A priest married. A priest welcoming his flock to all.
It seemed fresh to me to see a priest falsely accused of child molestation.
The book is fast paced. That’s for sure.
In one chapter Brigid might get married, have a baby then lose both to an astonishing tragedy. And there are over 100 chapters like that!
Read this book at your own risk. There’s much to criticize too.