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The Wave

2 Ratings: 3.5
A book by Walter Mosley

Bestseller Mosley's latest foray into allegorical SF is reminiscent of his 1998 novel,Blue Light, but it isn't nearly as rich and captivating. How should the book's hero, Errol, react when his late, beloved father reappears as a younger, ecstatic, incomplete … see full wiki

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Author: Walter Mosley
Publisher: Aspect
2 reviews about The Wave
review by . July 15, 2006
For the past few nights, Errol Porter has been harassed by strange crank phone calls. One night, the caller says that he is Errol's father. In the middle of the night, Errol breaks into the cemetery where his father was buried several years previously. There he finds GT, who looks, talks and acts like a younger, healthier version of his father. Errol takes him home for a shower and a change of clothes, if nothing else (Errol's girlfriend, Nella, thinks that is a bad idea).    Along …
review by . January 04, 2006
When Errol Porter is woken by night after night of strange phone calls, he has no idea how much his life will change. At first the calls are unnerving, a voice bemoaning, "Cold...naked, cold... naked." Night after night the calls come, in the waning hours of the morning. His divorce imminent, Porter is still recovering from that emotional trauma, his well-paying computer job a thing of the past, along with his broken marriage. Currently, Errol is working at Mud Brothers Pottery Studio and living …
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