Devotion



The New Novel From The Award Winning Author Of The Marlowe PapersApril Is Angry Dr Finlay Logan Is Broken.Only Nineteen, April Is An Elective Mute, Accused Of A Religiously Motivated Atrocity Logan, A Borderline Suicidal Criminal Psychologist, Must Assess Her Sanity In A World Where Ten Years After The Death Of Richard Dawkins Moves Have Been Made To Classify Religious Fundamentalism As A Form Of Mental Illness Asking Fundamental Questions About The Nature Of Reality, Barber Skillfully Explores The Balance Between The Emotional And Rational Sides Of Human Experience.Told In Ros Barber S Trademark Mesmerizing Prose, Devotion Is An Extraordinary, Provocative Novel From One Of The Brightest Rising Stars In Fiction.Devotion

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Devotion
  • Ros Barber
  • English
  • 01 March 2017
  • 1780747284

10 thoughts on “Devotion

  1. says:

    There are no words for this that are comfortable Say you believe in God to an atheist and you ll meet with scorn Some people you speak to will mentally drop your IQ by fifty points Some will instantly cease to respect you There is a prevalent belief that faith is delusional Ros Barber, Devotion There are no proofs for the existence of the God of Abraham, said Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel 1907 1972 There are only witnesses I must admit to a strong bias here, inasmuch as I became conv There are no words for this that are ...

  2. says:

    I found this book intriguing and disturbing to read I hated the protagonist and the way he used women and broke up relationships for his own gain and really wanted him to suffer I found the alternative endings strange until I realised what I was reading I also found the treatment...

  3. says:

    When I started reading devotion, I was afraid I m not going to like it but it had a very good beginning I got very excited about it The book is perfectly written, and the idea of faith and religion vs science and reason was very interesting but in the middle of the book, things start to get messy a...

  4. says:

    Love, love, LOVE Ros Barber s writing So beautifully crafted, such a masterful wordsmith And a fascinating subject matter too.

  5. says:

    I loved The Marlowe Papers so was really looking forward to reading this The first 2 3rds of the book are very good but it peters out during the last third and I was disappointed with it overall A shame.

  6. says:

    April is angry Dr Finlay Logan is broken.Only nineteen, April is an elective mute, accused of a religiously motivated atrocity Logan, a borderline suicidal criminal psychologist, must assess her sanity in a world where ten years after the death of Richard Dawkins moves have been made to classify religious fundamentalism as a form of mental illness Asking fundamental questions about the nature of reality, Barber skillfully explores the balance between the emotional and rational sides of hu April is angry Dr Finlay Logan is broken.Only nineteen, April is an elective mute, accused of a religiously motivated atrocity Logan, a borderline suicidal criminal psychologist, must assess her sanity in a world where ten years after the death of Richard Dawkins moves have been made to classify religious fundamentalism as a form of mental illness Asking fundamental questions about the nature of reality, Barber skillfully explores the balance between the emotional and rational sides of human experience.The wonderful Oneworld...

  7. says:

    A fantastic bookIF you have an open mind and love for psychology.

  8. says:

    Bessacarr Readers Group Intriguing, thought provoking, engaging, complicated and skilfully written A novel which explores the effects of grief, especially its effects on the mind It also questions ideas about love, death and the existence of God The writing is at times vivid and poetic, describing things with such precision It looks at how destiny and chance determines the course of our life, through the paranoia and confusion going through Logan s mind after the untimely death of his daugh Bessacarr Readers Group Intriguing, thought provoking, engaging, complicated and skilfully written A novel which explores the effects of grief, especially its effects on the mind It also questions ideas about love, death and the existence of God The writing is at times vivid and ...

  9. says:

    This is one of those books that once you read it, you never can forget it And it will change your life and your perception of the world around you.This is a story of a criminal psychologist, Finlay Logan, who is struggling with mental issues of his own due to the death of his beloved daughter The book is written slightly in the future at a time when religious fanaticism is close to being determined to be a form of mental illness Finlay must decide whether April Smith, a young woman who blew u This is one of those books that once you read it, you never can forget it And it will change your life and your perception of the world around you.This is a story of a criminal psychologist, Finlay Logan, who is struggling with mental issues of his own due to the death of his beloved daughter The book is written slightly in the future at a time when religious fanaticism is close to being determined to be a form of mental illness Finlay must decide whether April Smith, a young woman who blew up a bus load of young atheists, is insane Helping in his endeavor is Gabrielle Salmon, a scientist who has discovered a process whereby a patient can have a direct experience with God, thereby eliminating all guilt, shame and sorrow Ms Salmon not only claims to be able to connect Finlay and his patient to God but she also tells Finlay that she is in contact with his dead daughter, Flora....

  10. says:

    For the first time when writing a review, it s taken me a long time to formulate what I thought about it and what the ending actually meant.It was probably my fault and the fact that I was reading little bits here and there, but I didn t get that it had alternative endings until about an hour after I have finished reading it I don t tend to take much attention of the chapter names or in this case numbers A B I don t know why I hadn t worked it out before because I was like haven t the For the first time when writing a review, it s taken me a long time to formulate what I thought about it and what the ending actually meant.It was probably my fault and the fact that I was reading little bits here and there, but I didn t get that it had alternative endings until about an hour after I have finished reading it I don t tend to take much attention of the chapter names or in this case numbers A B I don t know why I hadn t worked it out before because I was like haven t they already done this and what happened to Achilles the dog So back with sensible head on Devotion is a book about traditional medicine anti depressants and non traditional methods mumbo jumbo, finding God through an MRI scan etcIn honesty, I did enjoy the majority of the book it was just when it got to the point where ending option B kicked in it just got plain weird I know this is fiction, I just like those books which seem believable to start with, to stay that way SPOILER ALERT So of course, I sided with the...

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