Product no.: HP258

Louis Lee Sing

Angry with their religions and the wrongdoings of so many clerics, two young people decide to address the status quo. Set in Trinidad and Tobago’s capital, Port-of-Spain, Nathan John and Miriam Suielman seek to attract many others to their cause and come up with the notion to stage and host a conference. The resulting event, entitled ‘Conference of the Un-Godly’, draws participants from across the globe.

In this cauldron of religious fervour, a spotlight is not only turned upon the abuses within the church but also the subject of religion as a whole. And it is within this arena that ‘sinners’ and ‘saints’ alike bare their souls.
For Nathan and Miriam, the conference is an illuminating spectacle. They had arrived as unknowns, but their overnight success has created a demand for them from organisations the world over.

  • 216 x 138 mm
  • 260 pages
  • Paperback

Louis Lee Sing served as Mayor of Trinidad and Tobago’s capital, Port-of-Spain, from 2010 to 2013. Throughout his adult life, he has been part of the media, beginning as a cub reporter in the weekly press. He boasts of having clawed his way up the ladder to become founder and owner of a leading broadcasting cluster within the nation’s radio market. Closer to the Church is his debut novel and his third published book.

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