By James E. Person Jr. - The Washington Times Shares
"Across the years readers have let me know that those books have been engaging and useful, reward enough for such labors of love," he writes in "The Language of God." "Neither one really faces up however, to the stark challenge posed by Feynman's commonsense prod, the stage is too big for the drama. Awareness of that prod has long haunted me, hence my start on this book."
The real Herman Wouk returns to reality and ends his "Lawgiver" with a graceful tribute to "BSW, the girl [he] met by God's grace in 1944," who died of a massive stroke while he was writing "this story."