Title: Gospel Prism
Author: Gerald Weaver
Genre: literary fiction
Publisher & Date: London Wall Publishing, 21 May 2015
Pages: 370-paperback, 338-harcover, 284-Kindle
Alone in his jail cell, Christian receives a midnight visitation from a beautiful stranger. She is the messiah and tasks him with solving a series of spiritual mysteries in order to save his immortal soul…
Atmospheric, dreamlike, unpredictable and wise, Gospel Prism is the dazzling debut novel from Gerald Weaver which brings into focus the relationship between literature, language, truth and religious faith.
‘Gospel Prism is a remarkable, charming but disturbing novel with an intriguing premise.’ Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor of Humanities, Yale University
‘Weaver’s Gospel Prism is lit by a literary wit and the intricate knowledge that at the end, as in the beginning, there is the word.’ Jonathan Levi, author and co-founder of GRANTA
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About the Author:
Gerald Weaver received his bachelor’s degree from Yale University and Juris Doctor degree from Catholic University. He has been a Capitol Hill chief of staff, a campaign manager, a lobbyist, a single father, a teacher of English and Latin, a collector and seller of Chinese antiquities and a contributor to the political magazine, George. He lives in the suburbs of Washington, DC, and travels regularly between the United Kingdom and the US. Gospel Prism is his first novel.
His experience of reading challenging literature in order to survive a dark place served as a provocation for this sensitive, atmospheric, dreamlike, compassionate, unpredictable and wise debut novel which brings into focus the relationship between literature, language, truth and religious faith.