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  • One Sprinkling Day

    "This is not a conventional novel. The author’s excuse for it is that the basic questions science and religion offer answers to aren’t asked only by scientists and theologians. Paul Crouch ventured into the maze of thought about those questions with no companion; one kind he would have liked was a book. If you have ever felt dissatisfied with stories, tread the maze with him, meet his friends with him, and live with him a day (like every day) unlike any other."

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    In the course of a walk which is at once a walk in a Welsh landscape, in the past, and in the maze of thought about some traditional perplexities, the protagonist’s reflections and the conversational self-portraits of his friends are interspersed with passages about the region’s history, natural history, and natural features.