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Vox Dei - Part 4: Tuesday

Vox Dei - Part 4: Tuesday

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Published by Andrew Carey
Whether your interest is in Bulgaria, in the ways US intelligence works with local agencies, in the ramifications of law and disorder in the former Eastern Bloc, or a wonderfully human detective thriller, you'll find what you're looking for in Vox Dei. Published to acclaim in Bulgaria two years ago, Vox Dei makes its debut in English here.
Whether your interest is in Bulgaria, in the ways US intelligence works with local agencies, in the ramifications of law and disorder in the former Eastern Bloc, or a wonderfully human detective thriller, you'll find what you're looking for in Vox Dei. Published to acclaim in Bulgaria two years ago, Vox Dei makes its debut in English here.

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Vox Dei
Valentin Fortunov
with Andrew CareyPart 4: Tuesday
 
TUESDAY31–––––
“Hush brother. Don’t say these things. He loves you.Our lord loves us all. He has come to wake you from yoursleep.”“I have not been asleep. I am not asleep. I was not asleep. My head has been crushed full of blue. Blue dye. What has hedone to me?”“Miriam, leave your brother with me. Go and fetchwater and lemons as I told you.” “El’azar, be at peace. We hadto show these people. We had to show them this. Look atthem.”“I can’t look at them. I can’t see a fucking thing. Whathave you done to me?”“El’azar, you have been asleep for four days. Theythought you were dead. You were dead. You have been in thecave. Martha, untie him.”
 
“See, you have the bandages of a dead man. You havebeen asleep for four days. They thought you were dead. Youwere dead.”He remembers this. He was not dead. He was not asleep.It was his daughter’s birthday. His beautiful daughter. Andhe has business to do.“Lord, I was not dead. I was not asleep. What have youdone to me?”“Come with me El’azar. Come to the house. We will sitin the shade together.”Floating again. Faces. Weeping faces. The weeping facesof weeping Jews. When will they ever stop weeping?

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