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eBook The Resurrection of Charles Witchway ePub

by John Pascal

  • ISBN: 1420858319
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: John Pascal
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (October 3, 2005)
  • Pages: 348
  • ePub book: 1131 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1917 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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He covered the Witch the best he could, though that was onlya gesture. Thunder cracked as he settled on the trap. He'd rest and let theanalgesic work before he tried to waken the woman. Hadn't it been something like this? Wasthis precursive of the resurrection of the Abomination? Bel-Sidek and the Dartar passed through and walked parallel to a file ofbedraggled Herodians being escorted from the Shu. Fa'tad was accepting thesurrender of those he had entombed in the labyrinth.

The Resurrection of Charles Witchway is a travelogue, a gastronomical guide, and a socio-political commentary; it also is a romance novel, a thriller, and a mystery; and it is, to some extent, an autobiography; but we should keep in mind that it is Pascal's first novel, and, as did Robert Graves in describing his first book, Goodbye to All That, Pascal says he wanted to "put a lot of interesting things into it, something for everyone." Of course, the reader may begin to wonder as he goes along if Witchway, ostensibly a man of action, paradoxically but eventually will talk his friend Somerville into a state of coma, or perhaps even to death (provided both men don't die sooner of cirrhosis of the liver from their excessively bibulous habits). Some critic once said that a detective story or a thriller should contain nothing that distracts from the plot, that nothing should be included which doesn't further the story line. The Resurrection of Charles Witchway is not merely a wordy "pot-boiler," though a superficial reader might see it as just that: a melodrama or thriller, with a lot of unnecessary ironic dialogue and stream of consciousness engaged in by the principal character (from whose point of view we mainly get the story) which explains a good deal about Witchway's character, but which doesn't "advance the action." If that were the case with Witchway we'd have merely a small, good, fast-paced "pot boiler," but my God, what we''d be missing besides! The character of Witchway's friend J.D.F. Somerville-picture someone between the late Terry Thomas and the late David Niven-is purposely anachronistic, and is used to play off and reveal Witchway's ambivalence in language, social position, and his general indecision about what he really is and what he would like to be. The relationship between the two old comrades during their European "holiday odyssey" provides an Anglo-American tug and tension which th