Dom D.James

Eryll and the Arbutus

Eryll, a teenager you love to hate, is a domestic cuckoo placed into the heart of the American family dream — and, more importantly, into the American democratic model.

Eighteen-year-old Eryll Wray is the newly discovered natural son of a popular state politician. He is taken into the bosom of the Page family just at the point that Eryll’s mother dies and his previously unknown father is elected governor. Ever-increasing paranoia fuels the youngster's hatred and rejection of the hand of friendship from the Page family.

Political buffs will love the bustle of the behind-the-scenes image-makers and lobbyists, and groan with recognition at the adulation for Eryll’s outpourings of hate.

(-From review by Peter Clifton)
305 printed pages
Original publication


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