The Tenth Parallel: Dispatches from the Fault Line Between Christianity and Islam (Review)

I’ve actually somewhat surprised myself by deciding, in the end, that this book is a “must-read”.

You see, I first tried to listened The Tenth Parallel about a year ago. After about an hour of the book, started and stopped and started more times than I could count – I just wasn’t really following. Or interested. I was confused and unsure that I was going to like the book, since so far I hadn’t even managed to become immersed in the story. So I did something rare forms with an audiobook … I set it aside to try again another time.

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