The Proselytizer (2020)

The Proselytizer D. Keith Mano The Proselytizer Kris Lane earns an annual salary in six figures for taping commercial voice overs the word itches alone brings him in a small fortune but Christianity is his true calling Extreme composure and a sed
  • Title: The Proselytizer
  • Author: D. Keith Mano
  • ISBN: 9780394466583
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Hardcover
The Proselytizer D. Keith Mano Kris Lane earns an annual salary in six figures for taping commercial voice overs the word itches alone brings him in a small fortune , but Christianity is his true calling Extreme composure and a seductive, soothing manner belie the fanatically perverse sensibility that has driven him to extraordinary testimonials to his God the building of a giant, illuminated crossKris Lane earns an annual salary in six figures for taping commercial voice overs the word itches alone brings him in a small fortune , but Christianity is his true calling Extreme composure and a seductive, soothing manner belie the fanatically perverse sensibility that has driven him to extraordinary testimonials to his God the building of a giant, illuminated cross to dominate the landscape replete with an Ampex tape deck booming out a Bach toccata and, most important, the seduction of a select group of women into giving their souls to God, their voices to the Church choir, and their bodies to him He records their religious and sexual behavior on index cards and film before packing them off to Brazil to do missionary work among the lepers The Proselytizer generates its special strength and momentum through the author s brilliant juxtaposition of the protagonist s grotesque fanaticism with the lives of his or less life sized friends and neighbors in the town of New Faith the ineffectual, perpetually impoverished David Smith, hopelessly faithful to his disapproving, perpetually pregnant wife Edna, and the middling aged Lambert McKee, minister of the Church of Resurrection originally designed to be a Primate House for the Municipal Zoo , and his pretty, young, not very Christian wife Chloe, whose conversion Kris takes special pains to undertake It begins like this He waited over her It was a full push up she heard the tension thrill of his toe and finger joints in the mattress springing With hisses, some exact hydraulic stamp, his torso dipped Toneless stomach and bosom received an intaglio of his rib cage, of the silver cross there She breathed out Rinds of her flat, long breasts were extruded under their armpits, excess mortar between bricks to be struck smooth by a trowel He islanded himself on her legs corresponded to legs at instep and knee and thigh He lay inert This impress of his whole weight was a ceremony It was his dominance gravity became sensual His left fist, in its black leather glove, squatted on her shoulder s dome Hesitant she asked, Ohhhh, Daddy Daddy Hinting Daddy Are you my daddy Yes, he said I am your father But the rich voice mentioned, too, a tiredness His eyes one dark brown one closed by the black eye patch became both blind, scanning inward landscapes now My daddy.
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  1. Nathan "N.R." Gaddis

    Please try not to send some small, relatively unimaginative, essayistic piece about deli meats or chapstick or dentists.That s from Eyeshot s Unnecessarily Long Winded Submission Guidelines found in the end matter of Thanks and Sorry and Good Luck Rejection Letters from the Eyeshot Outbox Somewhere in that book Lee Klein gets a little long winded about how you really would be better off not submitting anything whatsoever that might even marginally be related to dentistry So I ve been casually c [...]

  2. Jonathan

    Proper review to come I debated between four and five stars for this one, but felt the pure fun of the reading made up for any issues I may have with its theological message Anyway, some really great writing and a bona fide page turner.

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