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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2008

    Read like a Role PLaying Chat room

    the Inquisition is a great subject, the heretic Walden clan hidden in the Italian Alps. The story begines with cliche war mongerism of modern times. The writting while epic in intent is not the stuff of greatness and masterpieces . Bible reading interpretation is proforma, much like Tammy Faye.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2007

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    The setting: 1655, the Inquisition is poised to crush the heretic Waldenses entrenched deep in the Italian Alps. Cardinal Mazarin in France, Oliver Cromwell in England, the Duke of Savoy, Gianavel--an all star cast is ready in the wings. The curtain rises to trite lines taken from shallow pro-war cant heard today. The script paints good and evil/heros and villains without depth or humanity. Lists of atrocities numb rather than inspire compassion. Biblical interpretation is slanted and practical details are questionable. I was hoping for an oscar winner and got a cartoon. I'm really sorry.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2001

    HOLY SH*T...what a wonderful novel!!!

    Mr. Huggins has outdone himself.As a rule,I am not a fan of historical fiction, however, after reading RORA-- I am still not a fan of historical fiction--but I am a greater fan of James Byron Huggins. The Waldenses of Rora...what an epic tale of good vs evil, beautifully written. This is why I learned to read. And this is why I read James Byron Huggins.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2001

    Another winner from Byron Huggins!

    Mr. Huggins entre into historical fiction is a great read. Set in the 17th century, this tale of the Waldenses struggle for survival provides a great story line with plenty of mystery and intrigue. As I reader I couldn't help but be challenged to consider my commitment to my own beliefs. Thanks Mr. Huggins!

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    Posted January 15, 2011

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