Official Review: Betrayal of Faith by Mark M. Bello

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Re: Official Review: Betrayal of Faith by Mark M. Bello

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CrescentMoon wrote:I give kudos to the author for dealing with such serious subject matter. It's not easy to write about abuse and horrible crimes. I do like a good crime and cover up story and this book definitely piques my interest. Thanks for the great review!
Thank you very much. It's a great book. I hope you get a chance to read it :)

-- 10 Mar 2017, 21:00 --
Guppy wrote:Another great review. It certainly seems a difficult and emotional subject but an important one to raise awareness of.
Thank you very much. It's such a great read.

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Very entertaining legal book about the vexing results of the Church's attempt to cover up child molestation. For the legal layperson, this book aids to explain the process of a civil trial with a good entertainment.

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abhishek7081 wrote:Very entertaining legal book about the vexing results of the Church's attempt to cover up child molestation. For the legal layperson, this book aids to explain the process of a civil trial with a good entertainment.
Right you are. Entertaining and informative. Thank you for your comment and welcome to the forum.

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:D I like the book of Mr Mark M. Bello because he showed a real boldness in "betrayal of faith".

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Sometimes imagination in creation can really gives life to the reader or brings him into another where imagination contrast with reality.

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olaiya oluwafemi wrote::D I like the book of Mr Mark M. Bello because he showed a real boldness in "betrayal of faith".

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Sometimes imagination in creation can really gives life to the reader or brings him into another where imagination contrast with reality.
Yes, it was brave of him to write about this very sensitive issue.Thank you very much for the comment.

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Thanks for the review. The story is indeed based on a very sensitive point. Would definitely give this a try.
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Shreyoshi Sen wrote:Thanks for the review. The story is indeed based on a very sensitive point. Would definitely give this a try.
You're welcome. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did :)

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It's hard to read about sensitive subjects but I think it helps us, even when they're fictionalized, to connect with people when bad things do happen.
Life without a good book is something the CatInTheHat cannot imagine.

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CatInTheHat wrote:It's hard to read about sensitive subjects but I think it helps us, even when they're fictionalized, to connect with people when bad things do happen.
So true. It also teaches us to be vigilant about bad things going on around us.

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kimmyschemy06 wrote: So true. It also teaches us to be vigilant about bad things going on around us.
Yes! I often find myself researching more about the subject and end up far more informed than I would have if I'd never picked up the initial work of fiction.
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Betrayal of Faith is a wonderful novel about a brave woman's fight for justice for her children, who were abused by a priest. Her biggest obstacle is an organization within the church that is tasked with covering up incidents like these by any and all means necessary. How many people out there have encountered injustice in the civil justice system? Have you filed a lawsuit for an injury or other harm and found it very difficult to obtain fair and just results? Did the experience feel like an organization like Betrayal of Faith's 'Coalition' was pulling the strings and conspiring against you? Curious to see if others have been treated like the family strikingly depicted in Betrayal of Faith.

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Thank you for the review and have a good day -

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thewaryouknow wrote:Thank you for the review and have a good day -
You're welcome and welcome to the forum :)

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Good job for the author for deal with crimes and faith since parents need to help kids more about God fearness.

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Good job for the author for deal with crimes and faith since parents need to help kids more about God fearness.

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Yasinta Gamba wrote:Good job for the author for deal with crimes and faith since parents need to help kids more about God fearness.

-- 10 May 2017, 13:51 --

Good job for the author for deal with crimes and faith since parents need to help kids more about God fearness.
So true. Thanks for the comment and welcome to the forum :)

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