Chris Gallagher


A poet, lyricist, and novelist.

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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 90,730. Language: English. Published: March 24, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Christian » Contemporary, Fiction » Alternative history
Not the second coming, but the first; not then, now. Humanity hangs despairingly between the forces of good and evil, teetering on the edge of self destruction and without hope, yet remaining oblivious to its plight. Tensions rise and seeds of revolution are sown as society begins to sink under the weight of immorality, corruption, and religious hypocrisy.

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  • Wanted for Questioning on Aug. 23, 2011

    A good read with a measured pace that pulls you along from the first page to the last. The characters are well drawn and believable. The setting of the book might have benefited from being placed in the present rather than the past with the conflict in Afghanistan being the place Neil's brother was killed. A minor quibble though and purely subjective. The ending came quickly and seemed rather rushed leaving this reader wanting more. I was left with a feeling that I wanted to know what happened next. Maybe a sequel is being written? All in all an excellent read.
  • The Drowning on Feb. 24, 2012

    Seldom have I read a book that moved me quite as much, and as deeply, as The Drowning by Richard Herley. From its opening paragraphs set beneath the wartime Atlantic Ocean, where Herley let me think I was reading one type of novel, only to confound me in the second chapter, to its conclusion 70 odd years later, The Drowning never failed to satisfy. Essentially a love story, the action moves seamlessly between England and Nigeria, and recounts the lives of Roland and Elspeth, both together and apart. The closing chapters are deeply poignant and incredibly moving. I can count on the fingers of one hand books that have left me in tears; this was one of them. This is a book that should be required reading for any would be writer, and as one such I could only read in admiration. The quality of the writing is superb, and although not normally a jealous person, I am extremely envious of Richard Herley's ability, and wish I could write half as well.