I actually like this better than the first one of Mr. Toups. In this volume, Mr. Toups has found a real Southern voice, which reminded me of the great Catholic writers of the South, such as the novelist Walker Percy. I think the emphasis on one, relatively small, but not for those involved, crisis, allows
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CBB Review – The Cajun Storm: God’s Servant First by Pete Socks, The Catholic Book Blogger. http://www.patheos.com/blogs/catholicbookblogger/2016/12/01/cbb-review-the-cajun-storm-gods-servant-first/
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