You haven't had dinner yet George? It's very late to be thinking about dinner .....
Yes, I eat late because I have my daily dose of red wine with my dinner, and if I drink it earlier then I get dozy.
Okay .... I'm caught up. I'd like to know why the hero was turned down for ordination in the C of E.
I'd also like a little more on his background, but maybe that is going to come out later on.
Right. That’s coming at length in spades, in “Part 2: George”. At present you are reading “Part 1: Jill”. Part 2 covers the ground covered in Part 1, but as seen through George’s eyes.
I'm enjoying this George - maybe I shouldn't be "enjoying" someone else's misfortune ....
The book isn’t actually about someone else’s misfortune, but about someone else exposing, for a very particular reason, the treacherous way he was treated, which you might be able to guess at the beginning, for certain reasons, but will certainly discover at the end, when it will come as a very big surprise, if you haven’t worked it out already.
Intriguing isn’t it?