Douglas Wilson. Flags Out Front: A Contrarian’s Daydream. Moscow, ID: Canon, 2016.
Why does reading Doug Wilson sometimes feels like a guilty pleasure? Well, I read his new novel last Saturday, and it was a jolly read.
I enjoyed it more than his last one—which I enjoyed. (See my review of Evangellyfish.)
I don’t want to give away the plot. Let’s just say it’s a clever story about religion and politics.
Here are twenty lines that made me smile: [Read more…] about Doug Wilson’s New Novel: Flags Out Front