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Miss Gomez and the Brethren Beryl Tuke, Whiling Time Away In The Thistle Arms With Gin And Cheap Romances, And Alban Roche At Bassett S Petstore Are Among The Street S Dream Ridden Survivors A New Arrival, Miss Gomez, Lives For Her Postal Correspondence With The Church Of The Brethren Of The Way In Jamaica No One Will Believe Miss Gomez When She Announces Her Revelation Of A Hideous Sex Crime Soon To Be Committed In Crow Street Until Prudence Tuke Disappears, The Police Arrive, And The Newspapers Herald A Sex Crime Prophecy


About the Author: William Trevor

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10 thoughts on “Miss Gomez and the Brethren

  1. says:

    William Trevor does not have to go all sci fi to create a dystopia No, instead he creates Crow Street, which once bustled as a part of London but now, sometime in the 1970s but perhaps today, is largely abandoned Only a public house and a pet store remain of the many shops The denizens


  2. says:

    A Goodreads friend is a big fan of this author, so thought I d try one of his works Much of his output has been short story, which doesn t interest me particularly So, I looked through the available novels at my library, and this one jumped out at me First, we get Miss Gomez background as an o


  3. says:

    A fine story, interesting characters.


  4. says:

    Set in a stylised East End of London and rural Jamaica, Miss Gomez is another of Trevor s character studies of the marginalised people who hover at the edges of society The victim of unspeakable violence as an infant, Miss Gomez is raised in an orphage, flees to London to go on the game , finds salvation thro


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Not my favorite of Trevor s novels, but, as always, his masterful writing is soft and subtle with deeply developed characters enduring pain in their quotidian lives Miss Gomez is a Jamaican black women who ran away from an orphanage where


  6. says:

    Less creepy than Children of Dynmouth, but both crueler and kinder in the end Funnier too, oddly Trevor eviscerates myths of family, religion, occupation and even war via his very human and very flawed characters.


  7. says:

    Well written, but dated.


  8. says:

    I really tried to enjoy this book, but wound up skimming to the end I love the subject matter, but couldn t get into the narrative style.


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