Author: Paul Laffan. Review by Jonathan Wooding
In the beginning was a folktale – a folktale about a holy man, a man of the people, cruelly done to death by the powerbrokers of the day. The man was impish and witty. Some say he was a bit of a devil, while others say he could have saved us, and the memory of his loveable brilliance and courage might see us all through to the end of time.
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