Anvil Soul #2020

[Anvil Soul] >> DavidO'Sullivan Father James O Ryan has lived his life by a high moral code, using his beliefs to uphold the sanctity of the church he has pledged his life to serve After finding himself relocated to the sleepy town of Temora, Father O Ryan finds himself tempted with lust and distracted by the dangerous actions of his fellow priests.Will he turn a blind eye to the events surrounding himFather James O Ryan has lived his life by a high moral code, using his beliefs to uphold the sanctity of the church he has pledged his life to serve After finding himself relocated to the sleepy town of Temora, Father O Ryan finds himself tempted with lust and distracted by the dangerous actions of his fellow priests.Will he turn a blind eye to the events surrounding him and take the fall for his brethren or will he issue justice with his own hands
Anvil Soul Father James O Ryan has lived his life by a high moral code using his beliefs to uphold the sanctity of the church he has pledged his life to serve After finding himself relocated to the sleepy town

  • Title: Anvil Soul
  • Author: DavidO'Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9781941541579
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
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    DavidO'Sullivan

    I have a dog and a number of cats, I love hiking in the woods and seeing wild animals I keep a box under my bed full of books so I never suffer one minute of spare time without having something to read.If you want to talk to me look for 1DavidOSullivan on twitter and tumblr and my email address is davidgraham13340 gmail

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    • Justin said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      Whenever I review for NetGalley, I will put on the bottom of my page I received this for free in exchange for an honest review Today, like always, I am going to abide by those statements that I now don t have to put on the bottom because they are right there at the top.Anvil Soul was such a difficult book for me because the premise was great a priest witnesses a fellow priest sexually assault a small boy The boy hangs himself later As the main priest tells his higher up about what he witnessed, [...]

    • Barbara Tsipouras said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      James, a young catholic priest in the small Australian town Temora that actually exists , is shocked by the deeds of a fellow priest When he tries to stop him the town turns against James We all know that child abuse and rape by priests happen and that the authorities try to cover up the crimes That s why this novel feels real.James is struggling with temptation and doubts, something we all can imagine, but the novel dosn t really allow us to feel it.

    • Dylan Fitzgerald said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      I loved this book I am a big fan of this author He uses beautiful language and is always challenging me with important issues His characters are amazing and I always finish his book with so many thoughts to reflect on A great writer I feel like I would like to see the town in which this book is set.

    • Barb said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      I won this book through giveaways, thank you and the author David O Sullivan for this outstanding book.The strong believable plot had me hooked from beginning to end.The characters are excellent and well developed.I will definitely read other books by this author.

    • Fiona said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      I can t even explain how angry it makes me that such an awesome plot was ruined by sloppy storytelling I willfully tuned out the pointlessness of the first few chapters I managed to overlook the awkward stilted conversations where little effort is made to indicate tone or even the speaker for long stretches, until I can no longer keep track of who is talking because they all sound like robots who haven t figured out contractions yet I was able to discount the fact that there are two characters n [...]

    • Dori Dupré said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      Anvil Soul by David O Sullivan prerelease review To be released by Pen Name Publishing on September 20th, 2016Father James O Ryan is a young Priest in a small town, an outsider and loner who does not quite fit in He is quiet, studious, thoughtful and grappling with the demands of his faith and the natural desires of his flesh Living in a presbytery with a long time beloved elderly Priest and another young, but much popular Priest named Hilton, Father O Ryan finds himself to be the extra wheel [...]

    • Michael Lim said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      This is a challenging book It s tough I took the challenge and I loved it It s tough because it deals with religion, sexual assault, murder and hatred I loved it because it is well written, powerful, brave and insightful The author brought me into the story from the first page It sprinted away with gusto and spirit and it set fire to everything it touched It is a great story to start with, the setting is alive and the characters are firm and real It jumps in your hands as you read it But the wor [...]

    • J.M. Sullivan said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      I enjoyed the storyline, and I appreciated Father O Ryan s character It didn t matter what was going on in his world, you always knew that he was going to do what he thought was right Faced with corruption in the presbytery, small town mob mentality, and constant character assaults, O Ryan never wavers from his convictions, which is a quality that is hard to come by especially by other characters in the novel Through it all, Father O Ryan sticks to his guns literally and tells his story Although [...]

    • Amanda Hanson said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

      This is one of the most accurate pictures of a small town and the mob mentality that goes along with them that I have ever seen It s a little terrifying to read, because it feels so true What James went through in Temora could happen to anyone in a small town I enjoyed this eARC a lot and I m glad I read it It s a grittier story than I would normally choose The only thing I felt was missing was a emotional connection to the narrator he told the story, but I couldn t always feel the story Regard [...]

    • David O'Sullivan said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:22 AM

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