Reviews

THE HIDDEN POPE: The Untold Story of a Lifelong Friendship That Is Changing the Relationship Between Catholics and Jews

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Intended for a wide audience, this tribute to John Paul II, via a Polish-Jewish friend, verges on the literary equivalent of a dashboard saint. Known for his engaging accounts of true-life crimes (he won an Edgar for Power to Hurt, 1996), O'Brien here celebrates the opposite end of the moral spectrum in the person of the reigning pope. O'Brien wants to show that, hidden behind the image of "moral ... Read full review

User reviews

All reviews - 2
5 stars - 0
4 stars - 0
3 stars - 0
2 stars - 0
1 star - 0

All reviews - 2
User reviews - 0

All reviews - 2
Kirkus - 1