Donald I. Fine, 1986 - Fiction - 159 pages
Here is a masterpiece of fiction--a haunting, meaningful and at times erotic novel that describes a wondrous transformation that takes place in an American town when a charismatic, Christ-like figure mysteriously appears in its midst.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - tabascofromgudreads - LibraryThing
Such a pity that many of Sturgeon's works are hidden behind these idiotic naked-pecs covers! He is one of the best writers who ever lived, period. Read full review
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Not sure what to do with this other than to say that it totally enthralled me. The message is not exactly new (the take-away message in Christianity is the love one another bit) nor is the notion that ... Read full review