- Author: Walter M. Miller Jr.
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Yes, sure this is a classic, but it has aged horribly. It's a paean to reactionary, conservative "thought", the sparse plot makes no sense, and it's so deeply invested on catholicism it reeks of stale consecrated wine.
The catholic equivalent of a rapture book.
Would not recommend if it were the next-to-last book left in a post-apocaliptic wasteland.
PS: the author somehow seems to feel saying something in latin makes it deep and true.