May 202012


An atheist vicar meets the devil after falling into the water and getting sucked through a waterfall and finds complication.


Starting off at the ending, wrapped in layers of obfuscation, steeped in Scotland. You want to read this book with a dram of whisky, by a fire, late at night. The work asks more questions than it answers and pulls no punches, either to Gideon Mack himself, his wife, or his friends, leaving a complex portrait of life in a small town, lost love, crises of grief, coming of age, and what the devil may turn out to be.


Buy it here (US) or here (UK).

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