Woman of God
by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
Review By Angie Andre
Commuting can be a long and tiresome experience but listening to audio books makes the long drive more enjoyable. I have always enjoyed James Patterson so I happily checked out Woman of God with the expectation that it would be an entertaining listen. It ended up being much, much more.
I haven’t listened to a book that made me feel so many opposing emotions in a very long time, let alone a book written by James Patterson. From the anguish and desperation of the killings in a war-torn country to the hopelessness of doctors trying to heal the wounded when there are just too many dying to the elation of a woman finding love in her husband and child to the joy of a woman who knows and communicates God it was an exciting journey from beginning to end.
Brigid Fitzgerald is like a cat with many lives and she comes back stronger after each experience. Growing up with parents addicted to drugs, becoming a doctor that works in the most dangerous conditions, saving lives under tremendous stress, finding love, losing everything, becoming a priest, and knowing God, Brigid has had some terrifying experiences. She also has some extraordinary experiences. Can she really hear God? The pope has just died. Could the next pope be a female? Is it possible?
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About the reviewer: Miss Angie delights the children of Tredyffrin Township as our children’s librarian. When not reading awesome picture books, she loves cozy mysteries & being a dog mommy.