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by Taylor Caldwell

eBook Devils Advocate download ISBN: 0515041513
Author: Taylor Caldwell
Publisher: Jove (October 1, 1971)
Language: English
ePub: 1247 kb
Fb2: 1716 kb
Rating: 4.4
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The Devil's Advocate book. One of Taylor Caldwell’s lesser known books perhaps, but certainly one of her most important.

The Devil's Advocate book.

Delivered to your inbox every day! The Devil’s Advocate. My father once told me an old Scottish legend which forms the basis for the name of this book: THE DEVIL’S ADVOCATE. We Scots have long been known as a race which produces the most meticulous, eloquent and canny lawyers, and, in fact, we are sometimes designated by the English as a race of advocates.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Andrew Durant is prepared to suffer any degree of torture and humiliation rather than submit to the tyrants who have broken the spirit of America.

Taylor Caldwell was way ahead of her time in detailing the course of this country today. 4 people found this helpful.

A revolution is waged against a totalitarian regime in this courageous novel of a dystopian near-future America.

This ebook features an illustrated biography of Taylor Caldwell including rare images from the author’s estate.

More than a half-century after its original publication, this courageous book is timelier than ever (Chicago Sunday Tribune). This ebook features an illustrated biography of Taylor Caldwell including rare images from the author’s estate. Dystopian Sci-fi & Fantasy Sagas Fiction. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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For Taylor Caldwell's legions of fans, this novel provides her usual wealth of historical detail and finely drawn characters. The book covers the early life of the great conqueror, focusing primarily on characters: his stern and indomitable mother, the cy.

1971
Comments: (7)
caif
I honestly don’t know how many times I have read this book. Yet I learn something new at each sitting. The people become so real, so urgent. You find yourself part of their community with their fears and hungers, their seeking of life in a hard place. And finally they find out who they are and where they are meant to be. The priest finally becomes a man of the people forty years too late. A complex book written so well with so much that makes you question what life is really about.
Ttexav
Very good story. Taylor Caldwell was way ahead of her time in detailing the course of this country today.
Malien
A prophetic warning applicable for 2018 National climate. Self reflection would be advised, especially by those seeking power. Amen and amen.
Jare
Fantastic book is like reading the pages of the New York Times on a slow day. I love Caldwell she knew just how lay the story out.
Hap
This is my all-time favorite of Taylor Caldwell's writings! I love The Listener as well! She's amazing and I wish I had lived at a time that I could have met her because she's so interesting.
Whitecaster
This is my favorite writer. Her novel is relevant today. Her ability to understand human nature is revealed through her characters actions and dialogue. The plot is imaginative and insightful in politics, economics, psychology and greed. It details the effect of the actions of a few in the lives of a whole country. Although some of the vocabulary is dated, her warning through the pages of this novel is timeless.
I just finished reading it. Was left with feelings of concern as well as hope.
Marelyne
This was a replacement for a great read.
I must admit that this is the third time I have read this particular novel. The first time I read it, I was 17 and had not previously enjoyed reading. After reading it, something in it spoke to me. I read it again while in my thirties and just recently as a 57 year old. I still could not put it down. West gives life to a broken-down, cancer ridden priest who has lived his life without any passion while working in the archives of the Vatican. He is sent to a small town in the poorest section of Italy on his last assignment. There, he comes alive as he researches the life of man who was known to many as a Saint. As he becomes involved in the lives of those who played a role in the "Saint's" life, he learns what it is like to live in the shoes of characters he must interview. It is a beautiful story in many ways and shows the humanity and friendship which develops between the sick priest and the Jewish doctor who attends to his needs.