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Press for “Gospel Prism,” by Gerald Weaver

Just some of the national press (United Kingdom) for Gospel Prism: 22 February 2015, article on Gospel Prism in The London Sunday Times here: BBC World Service “Outlook” interview, 15 April 2015, of Gospel Prism author: 21 May 2015 BBC World Service “Newsday” interview of Gerald Weaver, discussing Gospel Prism: Feature article…
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Gospel Prism is dedicated to Marie Colvin

Four years ago (22 February 2012) on this day, the world lost a tireless human rights supporter, a determined and fearless award-winning war correspondent, a glamorous and charismatic woman, and an advocate for all the violently oppressed peoples in the world. Some of us also lost a good friend who was capable of grand generosity,…
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Gospel Prism: Sale – Mass Market Paperback

 Today, 28 January, the mass market paperback or Gospel Prism is available on US Amazon and UK Amazon.  You may own this physical book now for a fraction of the price. Sixty-six (66) of the seventy-five reviews of it on the UK Amazon site are five stars. It has two hundred and twenty-five ratings on…
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Gospel Prism is a joyful romp . . .

Gospel Prism is a joyful romp through many reflections upon human nature, overtly religious or otherwise. Read UK literary blogger, Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone’s insightful review of Gospel Prism.  She pretty much hits the nail on the head, understanding that, “It’s the kind of book you want to read again.”  Make sure to read this, to understand…
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Literary Influences – Gospel Prism

The first chapter of Gospel Prism opens with the unusual friendship between a crusading evangelist and his droll assistant who has joined this quest for personal reasons. This is a conscious nod to Miguel de Cervantes and Don Quixote, which I think casts a long shadow over every writer who seeks to pen a novel….
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The Setting of Gospel Prism

Gospel Prism is set around and in a men’s minimum-security prison in London, Kentucky, which lies along the edge of the Appalachian Mountains of the United States. The Appalachian Mountains stand like no other place on the North American continent, as some middle ground in the spiritual geography of the land mass. They are not…
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Harold Bloom

“Gospel Prism is a remarkable, charming but disturbing novel with an intriguing premise.”