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Shall we gather at the river
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Edit Cast Episode cast overview, first billed only: Noah Wyle Tom Mason Moon Bloodgood Anne Glass Drew Roy Hal Mason Connor Jessup Ben Mason Maxim Knight Matt Mason Seychelle Gabriel Lourdes Peter Shinkoda Dai Sarah Carter Anthony Colin Cunningham John Pope Will Patton Captain Weaver Dylan Authors Jamil Dexter Luciana Carro Crazy Lee Ryan Robbins Edit Storyline Tom is still haunted by memories of his time with the aliens and begins to wonder if they did something to his mind. Certificate: TV Language: English. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color. Edit Did You Know? I do not like to just desert books but this one truly was difficult to get through.
I see what the author was going for, I really do, but this was painful to get through. Like a river, a narrative has its course and wends its own particular course to its end. Like a traveler on a river, a reader may not see the turns coming, the cross-currents underneath or the rocks on the river banks on which the journey may be interrupted, or even abruptly halted.
Young Enoch is fascinated by the homemade radio transmission system his father has built in their basement. Not much else Like a river, a narrative has its course and wends its own particular course to its end. Not much else goes on in his miserable Irish town. The river rose and kept rising during the last onslaught, so much that it appears God broke his promise to Noah.
People are lost, animals killed and property damaged. Enoch, listening to his father's radio, hears a transmisison that changes his life. It's the Holy Ghost Radio with fire and brimestone and the spirit of Elvis. Enoch plays with the settings, trying to keep up with the transmission, but loses it.
Enoch's father is furious. The cellar door is locked and further transmission beyond Enoch's listening.
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He leaves town, heartbroken. Most of Enoch's next years are the stuff of fable or street gutter. We see only one actual event -- a chance chaste encounter with a young lady -- and are left to decide for ourselves what's under the murkey surface waters. What did Enoch really do all those years?
Did he travel the backroads of the American South? Did he wander from pub to pub in Ireland? Does it matter? Would it have made a difference? We don't know and it probably doesn't matter. Enoch makes his way back to the old hometown and talks his way into a weekly radio show. It catches fire not when he is earnest but when he goes all McCarthy-holy roller preacher on his audience.
Each week, they cannot wait for the scandalous rumors. But just when it appears the river of this narrative will take delicious twisty turns and be a dark journey, the story hits some big rocks and flounders. Murphy shows what can happen when all the elements are in place for a unique work of fiction -- setting, premise, characters that could yield complex motivations and undergo great change, but not this time.
The story deflates just when it looks like it's going to inflate and then inflate some more, perhaps bursting, perhaps getting right to the point just before it bursts. It's a great disappointment. So at least the reader who perseveres can feel empathy for Enoch after hearing the wisps of a truly great narrative that gets lost. Their journeys are similar. Be careful whose gospel you adhere to Peter Murphy's absorbing new novel provides a rich tableau of changing, swirling currents of mythic proportions. Through an in-depth investigation of the lives of flood victims, the author reveals a disturbing subtext to the behavior of the flood.
In equal parts darkly mysterious and fondly familiar, his voice brought me right into a dream-like state where all the many sounds of the universe began to make sense. Including the clarion blast of righteousness Be careful whose gospel you adhere to Including the clarion blast of righteousness dispensed from the pulpit. Not all the songs are happy ones, though. The novel follows the life of one character whose father has stumbled across knowledge which eventually is his undoing as well as that of many others.
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Hard for me to classify, this book treads ground between scifi, fantasy and mystery on a footing that at times, felt as spongy as the water soaked ground near the river of the title. A very satisfying, chilling read nevertheless, but be prepared to minimize all distractions while reading. This book was a difficult read for me. I just didn't get it. Lots of loopy sentences and incoherent ideas. I think it was about a river that compels people to commit suicide, but I could be wrong. I found myself reading sentences over and over again, just to comprehend their meaning.
Give it a read and be your own judge. Mar 31, Sheena rated it it was ok Shelves: A real Marmite book I think. I gave it two stars as I loved some lyrical passages and some of the images he painted with words were wonderful but I am not into myths, legends and ancient hokey pokey and a lot of it I just didn't get probably my failing. The Gothic character of Enoch definitely stays with you as I have discovered a few days after finishing the book.
This was an interesting book--the title character is an odd amalgam of a self-proclaimed preacher, Elvis worshipped, dejected son , and heir to a mysterious radio his father built. I enjoyed it, although I'm not sure why I didn't 't enjoy it more than I did. Interesting style. The reader meanders through different stories and snippets.
Conceptually cool, but I wanted more. Normally, I love anything written about Ireland, but unfortunately I couldn't get into the rhythm of this novel. Feb 07, Ryan rated it it was ok. I found it a bit hard going to be honest, didn't really feel like it was going anywhere. Mar 09, S rated it did not like it Shelves: ireland.
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