Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Review of Righteous Anger by Nina Munteanu

"Lynda Williams has crafted a unique coming-of-age journey through an intiricately woven tapestry of political intrigue. What I most liked about Righteous Anger was the author's objective portrayal of characters. All were flawed, all possessed both good and bad qualities, and all were driven by complex, often conflicting, motivations, including the main character, Horth. Young Horth must navigate his way through a clash of cultures and conflicting moralities to discover and prescribe his personal version of honor." -- Nina Munteanu, author of "Darwin's Paradox"

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