Mormonville (Google eBook)

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Cedar Fort, 2002 - Fiction - 310 pages
26 Reviews
Widely hailed by readers as one of the most powerful and thought-provoking LDS novels ever published.Luke Manning's personal journey will deeply affect your own life.Discoveries in Utah town trouble big city reporterHELAMAN, UTAH - Luke Manning, an investigative reporter from New York City, is assigned to spend one year in Utah, incognito, to infiltrate a Mormon ward and uncover the truth about the LDS Church.Early indications are that his success is certain, but along the way Luke discovers these people exhibit traits he has rarely seen before-- kindness, compassion, and sincerity, to name a few. As he struggles to complete his assignment in so-called Mormonville, Luke unwittingly learns the truth about himself.Read an article about Mormonville in the Deseret News http://deseretnews.com/dn/view/1%2C1249%2C450018508%2C00.html
  

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User Review  - Mirandalg14 - LibraryThing

Pretty predictable conversion story, but still enjoyable. Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

Better than I thought. Liked the characters a lot! Didn't know there was a sequel. Have to find it. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Call served an LDS mission to Chile and later graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism from BYU. He is a sports reporter fo The Deseret Morning News.

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