Public relations spin, religion, environmental disaster and offshore outsourcing are entrenching globalisation worldwide. Three power brokers, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Moses Halligan, and Ted Earnstie are all fighting for greater market share.
The archbishop wants substantially more people to polish his pews, and Moses Halligan through his PR firm is trying to source those parishioners.
Moses intends to revamp the Church of England to demonstrate his skill in shaping societal change.
Moses has garnered a reputation for spin through a clever rebranding of Global Mining. Global has evaded a class action which results in skyrocketing share prices for its CEO, Ted Earnstie.
Whilst these men set impressive corporate agendas they unwittingly create havoc in their desire for more. Against a backdrop of adversarial colleagues, families who don’t gel, where abuse is common and relationships are defined by insecurities, We May Never Say Goodbye to the effects of Globalisation, or each other.
Jack Bender –
Just finished it! Loved how all the different storylines intertwined and how the powerful can be bought down by the less powerful. It was my enjoyable holiday read, I really liked Moses and how his son looked up to him. Will read it again, for sure.
Tracey Lucas –
A fast paced novel with many well rounded characters spinning a fabulously interwoven storyline. Thouroughly enjoyed Asil Thwyte’s first novel – it’s a ripper! Can’t wait for her next book!
I really loved this book. I really enjoyed getting to know the different characters, their lives and what made them tick. A few surprises. I couldn’t put the book down! I would highly recommend this book.