A Perfectly Good Man - Patrick Gale Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Patrick Gale / Hardcover / 416 Pages / Book is published 2012-03-15 by Fourth Estate
Newest Review: ... that it frequently failed to pack much of a punch. The story begins with the suicide, for which we not only have ringside ... more
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by - written on 17/06/13 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Barnaby Johnson, a priest in a rural West Cornish parish, makes what he expects to be a run-of-the-mill pastoral visit to one of his parishioners, a young man who has recently been disabled and confined to a wheelchair. What happens during the visit, however, is that rather than offering comfort and hope to twenty-year-old Lennie Barnes, he's become a witness to the young man's suicide and the reverberations of that fact echo not only within Barnaby's circle of close family and friends but it allows one of his least pleasant parishioners the opportunity to spread his malevolence over events. My opinion: I've enjoyed several of Patrick Gale's ... Read the complete review
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