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From the bestselling author Douglas Westcott comes An Unfolding Soul - A tale of Bath; an inspiring novel of resilience and reinvention, set in Britain's finest Georgian city. Ian Morris lies in a coma in Bath's Royal United hospital, mind and body shattered, with nothing remaining of his hard-earned fortune...can he recover to re-build his property empire? Will he be part of the greed-driven destruction gripping historical Bath in the swinging 60s? Or will he soften his rapacious desire for profit and recognize how to change his own destiny and restore the city's fortunes? An Unfolding Soul continues Wescott's sweeping, coming of age saga, painting a shocking portrait of Bath, and shining a spotlight on little-known aspects of the city's colorful past. Business, politics, and history are interwoven in this pause-resisting tale, with Westcott's engaging prose filled with moments of cultural interest, humor, and ultimately, hope.

©2018 Gordon Bloor (P)2019 Gordon Bloor

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Poorly written, poorly edited (was it edited?), poorly performed, poorly recorded, recording poorly edited. Unlikeable characters, poor plotting and much tedious detail. I found very little indeed to like about this book and its performance. I won't be reading any others from the author.