"Whether you read The Diocese Of Disorder as a work of satire or fiction,
one thing is clear: there's a crying need to address the issues raised in it."
- Dr S. King
"Skillful and ingenious exploration of faith, fact and fancy.
- Dan Brian
"Grace does not change nature, and the corruption of the best is the worst.
Brilliantly plotted and lively paced."
- Dr J. Cornwell
"... captures a man in a position of power and status, falling to weaker aspects of his personality. Great Job!"
- J. J. Fatton
"Every Bishop should read The Diocese Of Disorder, an insightful novel of good and evil that touches the heart. And, if possible, address the questions raised in it as they relate to his diocese."
-- Sir M. Felixson
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
THE HUMAN ELEMENTS THAT DENT THE IMAGE OF THE CHURCH I just finished reading this book and can categorically state that this is a taut and lively paced novel that touches the heart. Dan Felix did a great job in the plotting and character development. In fine, I kept asking myself whether this is a fiction or a true life story. I recommend it to lovers of fact and fancy