It would be almost impossible for any written text to recapture the inspiration and emotional appeal of Michael Coleman's extraordinary public addresses. And yet this book is stark reality, a powerful statement of personal faith under fire, in successive chapters recounting his personal and intimate contacts with various groups in the British Civilian Defense firemen, clerks, demolition squads, etc. -- in homes, in dugouts, in shelters, in the crypt of the wrecked All Hallow's Church. It preaches a living religion. It is the medicine we need for civilian morale. Perhaps it is a key to the secret of London's superb challenge to the Nazl Blitz. Don't miss it.