This measures up with Children of God and The Giant Joshua as first a good story, second a good panorama picture of the life in a ormon community. It differs from Children of God in being, in historical record. Rather is it a story of internal and external relations between members of a small community, subject to the rulings of the in Salt Lake City, but immediately under the regulations and interpretations laid down by the local ""Bishop"". There's the motivating force of deep rooted faith -- there's the conflict of very human emotions, pride, jealousy, passion, ambition. Cri imp --but it went pass Morman sensorship.