Delighted to report another excellent review of The Identity Man, this one in the Washington Times. Even more delighted that the review’s author, James E. Person Jr., has approached the book with a good deal of intelligence and comprehension – not always true of reviews both good and bad. He says in part:
“In “The Identity Man,” moving amid all the foulness and violence of which human depravity is capable, Mr. Klavan explores the mysterious ways of divine grace and the interpenetration of the City of God with the City of Man. It is a work of intense realism pervaded by sorrow, mercy, hope – and ultimately, transcendence.”
But you can read the whole thing here.