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The Atheist and the Parrotfish by Richard Barager

Reviewed by Chris Phillips

The Atheist and the ParrotfishThere is nothing common with this novel. The characters are introduced and developed throughout the story because they change from what they were at the beginning into what they become at the end of the tale.

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Cullen Brodie is an accomplished and successful nephrologist. He has spent his life working to save people’s lives when their kidneys fail. He has helped hundreds of patients to live longer and also found replacement kidneys for many of those patients. He now encounters a specific patient that he has never encountered.

Thomas Lawson is the chaplain in the hospital where Cullen practices.

There is a problem with these two, because Cullen is an avowed active atheist. He is good at what he does and doesn’t believe that God is involved at all in the process.

Now comes into Ennis Willoughby. He is a patient doing dialysis regularly to prolong his life until, if and only if, a donor is found. He is 63 years old. He is a crossdressing transgender male trying to identify and reconcile with the female that lives within him all the time. Initially, he was considered ineligible for transplant because of psychological difficulties. But after counselling he is reconsidered.