The Lost Oasis (2020)

The Lost Oasis Patrick Roscoe The Lost Oasis A telephone call from a small B C town awakens Richard in Sevilla with the news that his father has disappeared His passport has been discovered in the desert and Richard feels compelled to look for
  • Title: The Lost Oasis
  • Author: Patrick Roscoe
  • ISBN: 9780771075797
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
The Lost Oasis Patrick Roscoe A telephone call from a small B.C town awakens Richard in Sevilla with the news that his father has disappeared His passport has been discovered in the desert, and Richard feels compelled to look for him This will not be the first time that his father a charismatic yet detached presence has occasioned a difficult journey Greetings from the end of the world Seven wA telephone call from a small B.C town awakens Richard in Sevilla with the news that his father has disappeared His passport has been discovered in the desert, and Richard feels compelled to look for him This will not be the first time that his father a charismatic yet detached presence has occasioned a difficult journey Greetings from the end of the world Seven words on the back of a postcard His father s last, from the Moroccan town where Richard begins his search A search both backwards and forwards through time A search that leads towards where a passport was discovered somewhere on the sand Pulled gradually deeper into the charged atmosphere of this landscape, Richard is caught between his desire to return to his lover in Spain and the need to find out what happened to his father What happened to them all.
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One thought on “The Lost Oasis

  1. Evelyn

    this was a bizarre booki m still not sure if the main character was insane or just whacked on drugs or if the story even really happens as he describes it gets 3.5 stars from me cuz it was an enjoyable read, sucked me in right from the 1st few pages and months after i ve read it i m still thinking about the story and wondering if i missed something and if i should read it again

  2. Lise Pomerleau

    The strangest book A great premise beautiful writing BUT nothing happens I ended up skimming the last third to see if there was a point There wasn t Too bad Such promise You never find out what happens to any of the characters It s so frustrating The descriptions of place are inspiring and evocative but the people are shallow, hollow, soul less.

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