Ordinary People

Part IX

by Phil Boast



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/10/2016

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 504
ISBN : 9781490778563
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 504
ISBN : 9781490778570
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 504
ISBN : 9781490778556

About the Book

The ninth part of ‘Ordinary People’ begins and ends with a journey, and whilst both journeys are taken by the same character, whose name is Percival, they are very different in nature and intent. For Percival is also on a voyage of discovery, in which he must lay the ghosts and anxieties of his recent past to rest once and for all, regardless of the consequences. Here we also meet again Rose, daughter in law to the Lord and Lady, who must make a decision which could affect her life in the most fundamental way possible, and not only her own life will be affected, however she decides. Rebecca, who is pregnant with the child of Michael Tillington, receives information which she must for now ignore in the interests of her unborn child. For Sophia also goes on a journey with her lover, Damien, in search of the source of the evil which has haunted the village for so long, and she is successful in her search. We also follow the fortunes of Tara in her quest to become a professional singer, and in this context we meet again Ashley Spears and the rest of the still recently re – formed music ensemble that is ‘Dead Mans’ Wealth.’ In this book we once again encounter death and new birth, and learn how events which occurred hundreds of years ago resonate into the lives of our modern – day characters. And at times throughout this part of our tale we meet again Victoria Tillington, who becomes quite convinced that something which is quite taken for granted within her family is not at all as it seems. Victoria thus finds that she has yet more secrets to keep, lest the revealing of them should tear her already conflict – wracked family still further apart.

About the Author

Phil Boast has lived for the last thirteen years in Sulawesi, Indonesia, where, with his partner, Paula, he has built and now runs a tourist lodge for scuba divers and naturalists. One day, he sat down to write a short story about a small village in his native England. The story is now nine books long, and the tale continues.