“Reviewer’s Bookwatch” Posts Positive Review for “Saving Faith”

Saving Faith, by Patrick M. Garry

Saving Faith, by Patrick M. Garry

Saving Faith by Patrick M. Garry was described as “a rare accomplishment, a philosphical novel of ideas with an allegorical structure and popular appeal” in a review published in the Midwest Book Review’s October 2008 online magazine, “Reviewer’s Bookwatch.”

Reviewer Dr. Michael Hollister compares Garry’s writing to “the tradition of Nathaniel Hawthorne and Flannery O’Conner, allegorical writers with moral visions that have a striking clarity and power.”  While this InkWater Press release is a mystery, Hollister also believes that Saving Faith is much more: “poignant in tone, humanistic in perspective and rich in ironies, similies and wit.”

You can read the review at www.midwestbookreview.com, and you can purchase Saving Faith at our online bookstore, InkwaterBooks.com.