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Erotic lyricism love and death weave a tangled tale through time……
This book is as huge and compelling as ”Gone with the Wind ” .
‘Angel’s Wharf’ has a demography which follows the relationship of the three main characters, two women and the one man who is love of their lives as they span the centuries of the past and present. It is the love story of the eternal triangle, an obsessive love that has no beginning or end, a story that is shape shifting and rooted in magic and mystery. From England in 1997 we travel to India and Hong Kong in 1870, back to Mesopotamia in 2500 BC and lastly to Brazil in 2046 a futuristic landscape at the beginning of the end of the world as we have known it
The book is full of secrets, why are these three locked in a seemingly everlasting theme of obsessive love down through the ages? Who is mad and who is sane? Or is the whole book merely the shifting chimera in the brain cells of a near death experience? Angel’s Wharf crosses cultures and religions; incorporates magic and madness quantum physics and multiple dimensions and explores ritual in early civilization.
Lloyd Evans who writes for The Spectator.
‘The most immediately satisfying aspect of the book is the sensuous quality of the prose and the highly erotic nature of the subject matter. The author is blessed with a keen apprehension of the touch, taste, smell and feel of things – and of people too. All the characters are presented in a manner which gives the fullest possible expression to these qualities. There are passages of sublime lyricism where the narrator’s voice and her reactions to her experience merge beautifully I found this a beautifully written, insightful, wise and instructive novel. ‘