Potentate

  • Title: Potentate
  • Author: Tiberius Fox
  • ISBN: 9781480275379
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • Potentate From tiberiusfox Can heaven touch the earth And what happens when it does An angel s touch is one thing but the touch of a potentate is another And sometimes heaven s embrace can be deathly cold and
    From tiberiusfox Can heaven touch the earth And what happens when it does An angel s touch is one thing, but the touch of a potentate is another And sometimes heaven s embrace can be deathly cold and so very deep darkCanon Peter Talbot is no ordinary clergyman Apart from being clever, he is also profoundly psychic It comes as no surprise that he is From tiberiusfox Can heaven touch the earth And what happens when it does An angel s touch is one thing, but the touch of a potentate is another And sometimes heaven s embrace can be deathly cold and so very deep darkCanon Peter Talbot is no ordinary clergyman Apart from being clever, he is also profoundly psychic It comes as no surprise that he is Chief Exorcist of the diocese of Salisbury in England.The village of Lychwell in Somerset has been plagued by death, madness and uncanny events ever since Roman times In this mysterious setting on the St Michael ley line near the ancient town of Glastonbury and the antique city of Wells, Talbot must exorcize a devil from the past that feeds upon the living

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      Published :2019-06-19T03:20:49+00:00

    About Tiberius Fox


    1. Fox was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England He led a normative childhood in which tales of ghosts and the paranormal figured largely A fascination with all things spiritual would later lead him on a very interesting and eclectic journey around the oceans of philosophy, religion and science.Fox lives with his wife and daughter in Somerset, England.


    503 Comments


    1. I received this book through Giveaways, and this in no way affects my review (although it was very kind of the author.)How to set up this book: find the most over the top 'Most Haunted' episode, and tailor it to be a murder mystery for British television audiences at five o'clock on a weekday afternoon. This book is marketed as a 'Peter Talbot Enigma', which sounds interesting enough with a word like enigma, but really is quite a slog. The eponymous Talbot is absolutely hideous as a protagonist [...]

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    2. I won this book through First Reads.I'm really disappointed in myself for not being able to finish this book. I got it for free so I feel it's my duty to read the whole thing. After all, the author must have spent many hours of his life writing it and crafting the story in his head. However, I've spent two months of my life struggling through this and I'm still only on page 138, so I think it's time for me to take a break from reading it. I may or may bot come back to it someday, it depends how [...]

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    3. I won this book through First Reads.I'm really disappointed in myself for not being able to finish this book. I got it for free so I feel it's my duty to read the whole thing. After all, the author must have spent many hours of his life writing it and crafting the story in his head. However, I've spent two months of my life struggling through this and I'm still only on page 138, so I think it's time for me to take a break from reading it. I may or may bot come back to it someday, it depends how [...]

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    4. Like other people are saying, I found it hard to get absorbed into the story. I get the same feeling with other books, but after a while certain things start happening that do eventually get you hooked. This book did not really do that for me.The story was good, the writing quality was good, but it just did not captivate me like other books I have read in this genre.The book was given to me by Firstreads.

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    5. I have won this book through .At first, I found the beginning to be not so captivating, but more I read, more interested I became. I loved the ending and the character development of Peter Talbot, the protagonist.

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    6. I won this through Firstreads.I'll be honest and say that I couldn't really get into this book and was unable to finish it.

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