Thursday, March 15, 2007

The Leper – Sigmund Brouwer

Inspired by the art of Ron DiCianni, Sigmund Brouwer weaves a story that will have even the hardest hearted men weep. The Leper tells of outcast, Nathaniel, who returns to 19th century England only to discover that he has contracted leprosy while stationed in India.

Now, without contact with his family, he takes refuge in a single room away from society and all the people he loves. Gabrielle enters his life, a small loving girl. She provides for him the touch that allows his spirit to soar. He discovers a reason to seek survival instead of solitude and even death.

This novella will take very little time to read and provide a lifetime of memories.

—Benjamin Potter, March 2007

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