Graphic, brutal and honest. The Far Out Café is packed with action, mind boggling tale of survival and a journey for self-fulfillment. Stuart Chambers is a TV producer, director, story teller and an unexpected but surprisingly engaging writer.
The Far Out Cafe is full of characters and events: a blues singer, a Cuban called Guerrero and another called Compay, with his head full of conspiracy theories, ‘Birdmen,’ a chapel dating back to the 2nd century, an isolated island, a pack of marauding sharks; one of mythical proportions, a psychotic Soviet called the Generali, a barbaric guard called Rusanov and his syphilitic assistant, Yefrem.
This is not merely a story about the atrocities of war. It’s a story about who Daniel meets when he has been left for dead on one of the most isolated islands in the world; a boy called Angel and a girl called Beth. It’s about the way we live our lives and what happens when we place our Faith in God when things go horribly wrong. It’s a savage yet tenderly lyrical story about an unforgiving time and indestructible love. I set the story in the late sixties because it was easier to draw the contrasts and parallels with today’s world. The spiritual subtext is constant. It’s a very simple story about faith and trust in life and finding light in dark places.
Stuart is the author of ’The Far Out Cafe‘ available from Waterstones, W. H Smith, Barnes & Noble & Amazon. Contact Stuart;
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