➷ [Reading] ➹ Saving Faith By Patrick M. Garry ➬ – Thomashillier.co.uk Because of a misguided medical diagnosis as an orphaned child Jack Fenien was never adopted Now two years after leaving the orphanage he works as a repossessor for a used car dealer One night he enter Because of a misguided medical diagnosis as an orphaned child Jack Fenien was never adopted Now two years after leaving the orphanage he works as a repossessor for a used car dealer One night he enters a bar looking for Ev Sorin whose car Jack has mistakenly towed Expecting violent anger he is surprised when Ev reacts with indifference; but as Jack soon discovers Ev a disgraced journalist has bigger problems on his mind The next day in the same courthouse to which Jack and Ev have gone to arrange for the release of Ev's car from the impound lot a nurse and young woman sit in a crowded courtroom opposite a row of lawyers asking the judge to keep alive a comatose patient whose true identity is unknown but who has been given the name Faith Powers After the hearing Ev seeks out the nurse not for years has he done a real story and he feels a sudden urge to be a journalist again It is an urge that will connect Jack with Clare the troubled young woman who appears to have an almost fanatical attachment to Faith Intrigued with Jack's role as a repossessor Clare sees him as a kind of modern moral prophet Although the characters initially focus on investigating Faith's real identity they eventually come to use Faith as a catalyst for changing their own lives But not until a seemingly random shooting occurs in the city do the characters become truly immersed in the mysteries of the patient and of each other.
- 288 pages
- Saving Faith
- Patrick M. Garry
- 09 June 2016 Patrick M. Garry