✓ Sorcerer's Broth Epub Ú

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Sorcerer's Broth ❮Read❯ ➯ Sorcerer's Broth Author Rodney Garland – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk This moving, exciting, very human story with a homosexual theme concerns young Donald Grossallen Apps, a floorwalker in a man s shop, who long to better himself, who detests grossness in any shape, an This moving, exciting, very human story with a homosexual theme concerns young Donald Grossallen Apps, a floorwalker in a man s shop, who long to better himself, who detests grossness in any shape, and who forms an attachment with an older man, RayRay is well to do, worldly, yet oddly a recluse from the smart night spots that Don longs to sample It happens also that he is the brain behind a criminal gang, and when a daring bank robbery is planned, Don is used as a decoy Being fundamentally a simple and honest boy, it does not occur to him that on the day of the raid the bandits will be armed He is horrified, therefore, when a young cashier resists and is shot From now on tension and excitement mount irresistibly Don and Ray no longer see eye to eye Don finds his affections and centered on the wounded cashier another gang are after Ray and his henchmen, and the climax is shocking, sudden, and utterly relentlessWritten with understanding and humanity, this fast paced novel is completely absorbing.


About the Author: Rodney Garland

Childhood His father was a civil servant in Hungary, first as a county official and then in the Treasury He rose to a high position and retired with a titleWork When Adam de Hegedus was in , a year before his university final examinations, he traveled to Britain, partly to learn English for the Hungarian diplomatic service, and partly to read up on international law for his doctoral thesis He lived in a South Kensington boarding house and spent some of his time at the British Museum Library, but a great dealtime investigating London He lived in London from June to December, and after those five months he decided to return to Hungary to complete the final examinations, but that he would abandon the diplomatic service and return to Britain to become a writerHe then abandoned his diplomatic career and decided to go into journalism and he returned to Hungary He contributed to The Observer, The London Mercury, and other weekliesBibliography The Golden Cock, , a short story in Lovat Dickson s Magazine, volume , number , July, page Hungarian Background, , pages Don t Keep the Vanman Waiting A Chapter of Autobiography, , published in London by Nicholson Watson, pages Mainly a memoir of army life during the Second World War, but also reflects on his earlier life Patriotism or Peace , , published in New York by Charles Scribner s Sons, pages Rehearsal Under the Moon The state of the world Home and away, Notes on England after the Second World War, , published in London by Hutchinson, pages The Heart in Exile, , a novel, as Rodney Garland, published in London by W H Allen, pagesFriends Relationships He stayed for a while in Paris and made friends with Andre Gid He settled permanently in London in and took a flat in South Kensington The landlord, Philibert, and another tennant, Gustave, were interested in the plight of the national minorities in Europe, and Gustave produced political periodicals Adam de Hegedus got a reduction in the rent in return for editing an English edition During this time he made his living mostly by sending articles to his newspaper in Budapest.



5 thoughts on “Sorcerer's Broth

  1. Rebecca Crunden Rebecca Crunden says:

    According to the synopsis Ray is well to do, worldly, yet oddly a recluse from the smart night spots that Don longs to sample It happens also that he is the brain behind a criminal gang.Colour me intrigued Also, apparently according to a quick search of


  2. Diana Diana says:

    This was yet another fabulous five star book, until the last chapter, when the author realized he had to create an ending and scraped one together


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