The Franciscan Review

“The pope is not infallible.” When the newly elected Pope Francis utters this bold and unprecedented statement, he captures the attention of the world’s population. His reforms leave no corner untouched as he strips away the mask so long held before the face of the papacy. Bringing with him and open-minded candor rarely seen by public figures – he’s an inspiration to his followers – and a threat to those who oppose him.
I received a copy of this book at no cost from the author in exchange for an honest review.
My Review
This book was a little bit outside of my normal purvue of books that I review. I was initrigued by the premise though and could not wait to start reading it. This novel starts off at a fast pace and keeps it moving until the end. The characters and the storyline are very believable. I really liked the historical aspects mixed in with the suspense and intrigue of the story. This book will keep you up reading at night to find out what happens next.
About the Author
Author, columnist, teacher, lecturer, past president of three advertising agencies, William R. Park, SR. is nationally known and respected in the advertising and literary worlds. His past works include: The Talking Stones, Overlay, Coma, and Fatal Incision, including nine more suspense-thriller novels, each backed by glowing praise from numerous bestselling authors. Check out his website:

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