HOME SCHOOL BOOK REVIEW
Book: A Crazy Wind of Love
Author: Pierce Smith
Publisher: Independently published, 2020
Website(s): http://authorpiercesmith.blogspot.in/ (author)
Language level: 5
(1=nothing objectionable; 2=common euphemisms and/or childish slang terms; 3=some cursing and/or profanity; 4=a lot of cursing and/or profanity; 5=obscenity and/or vulgarity)
Recommended reading level: I would recommend it to no one
Rating: no stars
(5 stars=EXCELLENT; 4 stars=GOOD; 3 stars=FAIR; 2 stars=POOR; 1 star=VERY POOR; no stars=NOT RECOMMENDED)
Category: Not recommended
Reviewed by Wayne S. Walker
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Smith, Pierce. A Crazy Wind of Love (Published in 2020 by Pierce Smith). John April is a multimillionaire who lives in Los Angeles, CA, and is a widower with an estranged daughter Sarah by his late wife Margaret. He is also secretly bisexual. His fiancée is Ally, but she finds out about a liaison that John had in a bar with a young man named Kelly and leaves him. Later John becomes engaged to a widow named Mira but while Mira is on a visit to Sarah, John is on a visit to her ranch and falls in love with her virgin son (he later learns is actually a stepson) Aaron. Aaron’s father had died in a terrible automobile accident under mysterious circumstances.
I would never had read such a book, but someone wondered if it would be a good source to read and learn how a bisexual man thinks in preparation for trying to share the gospel with such a person. Umm, no. It is basically pornography in print with several detailed and graphic descriptions of homosexual acts between males. Besides this, as another reviewer noted, it is difficult to read because of character names changing, misspelled words, bad grammar, confusing sentence structure, inconsistent verb tenses, sloppy punctuation, and other typographical errors. In the end, John and Aaron get married. “Nough said!