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Father of Lies Evenson S Scary Fictional Treatment Of Church Hypocrisy Has The Feeling Of A Reasoned Attack On Blind Religious Obedience Publishers Weekly Provost Eldon Fochs May Be A Sexual Criminal His Therapist Isn T Sure, And His Church Is Determined To Protect Its Reputation Father Of Lies Is Brian Evenson S Fable Of Power, Paranoia, And The Dangers Of Blind Obedience, And A Terrifying Vision Of How Far Institutions Will Go To Protect Themselves Against The Innocents Who May Be Their Victims.

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  • Paperback
  • 172 pages
  • Father of Lies
  • Brian Evenson
  • English
  • 10 March 2019
  • 1566894158

10 thoughts on “Father of Lies

  1. says:

    What a creepy, disturbing, and nasty little book Honestly though, I don t necessarily mean that in a bad way in fact, it could very well be a compliment.I ve never been one to rate a book negatively based on the unpalatability of its content if I were, I wouldn t have read a book like this in the first place but I definitely need some time to mull this one over before I rate and review fully.At the off, though, I will say this This book is dark, compelling, and excellently written It s als What a creepy, disturbing, and nasty little book Honestly though, I don t necessarily mean that in a bad way in fact, it could very well be a compliment.I ve never been one to rate a book negatively based on the unpalatability of its content if I were, I wouldn t have read a book like this in the first place but I definitely need some time to mull this one over before I rate and review fully.At the off, though, I will say this This book is ...

  2. says:

    I discovered Brian Evenson earlier this year and he has become one of my new favorites He is a writer that hooks into my consciousness, so thoroughly and so well, that I find myself recommending his books to strange people...

  3. says:

    Father of Lies opens with a letter from a psychoanalyst, Dr Feshtig, to the Director of the Zion Foundation Institute of Psychoanalysis, Ballard Kennedy Feshtig works for this Foundation and is a part of its religion, but he argues for client patient confidentiality and reminds the Director that he was promised his work would operate independently of the sponsoring religion He refuses to share the requested information about his patient and calls into question the fact that the Director is Father of Lies opens with a letter from a psychoanalyst, Dr Feshtig, to the Director of the Zion Foundation Institute of Psychoanalysis, Ballard Kennedy Feshtig works for this Foundation and is a part of its religion, but he argues for client patient confidentiality and reminds the Director that he was promised his work would operate independently of the sponsoring religion He refuses to share the requested information about his patient and calls into question the fact that the Director is asking for it at the request of an apostolic elder We learn that Feshtig s patient is a church leader, Provost Eldon Fochs Fochs comes to Feshtig for analysis at the behest of his wife who is disturbed by his increasingly violent dreams At first pass, Feshtig attributes the disturbing dreams to Fochs ambivalence toward his recent app...

  4. says:

    This novel is dark It is disturbing It is uncomfortable And all of it is completely necessary.Though written nearly two decades ago, it still speaks truthfully and unreservedly about religion, about cult like followings, about perversions of the mind It is difficult to read in many passages, but truly sheds light on using religion and blind faith as excuses to harm others in this case through pedophilic sexual assault, murder, and ...

  5. says:

    There are so few books that take place within the Mormon Church that that alone almost makes FATHER OF LIES a must read, despite some stumbles.It s a compulsively readable thriller, but I thought Evenson lost the thread a bit as writers usually do in the final third of the book He could have gone deeper into the psychology of the character, or raised the stakes, but he ended up searching for an ending And, of course, he found one.This is the first book of Evenson s I ve read it s his first There are so few books that t...

  6. says:

    Cold as ice, sharp as a knife It seems an easy read, but there are many sub levels to discover, each one very uncomfortable and disquieting A free ride into the mind of a psychopatic who can easily take advantage from the blindness of society Another great book from Brian Ev...

  7. says:

    I gave it five stars but it s very disturbing Really admire this guy as a writer, but wouldn t say this is something everyone should read If you generally appreciate trigger warnings, consider yourself warned and look elsewhere.

  8. says:

    5 StarsHaunting, uncomfortable, creepy, thought provoking, and we ll written Loved this book, it made me feel a lot of things Any book that can do that has succeeded in some way but Evenson did everything right with this one I will certainly be readingof his work.

  9. says:

    It s hard not to speed read Evensen It draws you in, sticking you with this mass that crushes all joy But yet, something is found from reading truth in horror, even if the subject matter is incredibly difficult and raw.

  10. says:

    If you think fiction can t tell the truth, think again Hard.

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