The Ball and The Cross
A very good Christian book, which, nevertheless, speaks not so much about Christianity in itself, as about humanity, as the principle of life in general. If there were such a category as „social Christian romance”, then this book would be one of the most remarkable examples. The book is attractive and not only because of the description of a non-ideal world, but also because of the author’s attitude to his characters. There are no heroes in principle, there are only images. Very bright and understandable.