A Covenant of Blood

Great post giving the insight to Thorne Moore’s next book

Thorne Moore

My new novel, The Covenant, is due out on August 20th and religion is at its heart. It’s ironic that I am, and have always been, an avowed atheist, since religion fascinates me (I even studied it at university). That’s as well because there’s no escaping it in The Covenant. It’s a story focused on the family that produced John Owen, who rules the roost at the cottage of Cwmderwen in A Time For Silence.

John Owen is a Godly man. He comes from a Godly society. A chapel society, Calvanist in its strict purity, and inclined to be more concerned with sin than with divine love and with exclusivity based on precision of belief (everyone else being Wrong).

There is a joke that a Welshman is cast up on a desert island. Years later, a ship comes by to rescue him. The crew discover that…

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8 thoughts on “A Covenant of Blood

  1. Thank you for the recommendation. Sound very very interesting, even i studied theology too, and having a decade long discussions with higher clergy about the real sense of institutions like the Roman-Catholic Church. 😉 Enjoy your weekend, and stay save. Michael


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