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Posted August 18, 2012
I am impressed. In his second opus, Amidei hits another one out of the
park with The Britteridge Heresy. Building upon Anvil of the Craftsman,
characters develop with an even more meaningful and passionate nature.
The action and tension escalate on a personal as well as a worldview
stage. I feel an even stronger connection with the noble nature of the
protagonists and, while reviling the antagonists, I come to understand
them more. The action not only holds one’s interest, but means more.
While Anvil of the Craftsman occurred in the background to the public
news feed, the Britteridge Heresy brings the struggles of our day into
our homes and lives. One cannot read this book and feel uninvolved. A
gifted writer, Amidei reaches into and envelopes the reader in a world
that challenges and questions everything regardless of political or
religious perspective, bringing the reader to a greater understanding
and more elaborate critique of the world and oneself. This is a book to
Posted October 6, 2012
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