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Definitely a Paradox Calling Feb 27, 2006
Harry's story begins as a wee lad in England, growing up in Australia where he migrated with his family. One of nine children Harry never knew a soft or kind word from his mother, the stiff-upper lip love of his Dad, cold comfort. Harry grew up with a chip on his shoulder as big as a bolder. He hated the world and felt it hated him. But Harry had a love he couldn't ignore as hard as he tried. He loved God, only the chip on his shoulder was hurled at God more often than at anyone else. The story of Harry's journey through to manhood will shock a lot of people to their core, will make you sad, and will make you smile and even laugh. You will grow to admire Harry as you come to realise his capacity for love and compassion and his strong sense of justice. I enjoyed every page, a book you will find hard to put down.
Paradox Calling Calls loud and clear Feb 1, 2006
Paradox Calling will leave you wanting more as the book moves towards its exciting climax. Harry's struggles with life love and the church will at times leave you gasping as the harsh reality of training for ordained ministry in a residential college is explored and exposed in this wonderfully expressed and well written story. This is not for the feint of heart and those who are prudish about the church but if you have ever suffered from low self esteem read this book. It will inspire you and give you hope.