A Question of Truth

A touching story of a young boy's struggle with religion, truth and love

by Brian Musgrove
Released: 28th April, 2015
Matthew was brought up in the town of Worthing, in post-war Sussex. He could not have had a more loving and caring family, but as Matthew embarks on a quest for the truth of the Bible, he finds that his upbringing leaves him unprepared for life, for death and for love.

Full synopsis

Matthew is an only child brought up within a religious family, but with his obsession for truth he uncovers serious anomalies with what he is expected to believe. The story unfolds in Worthing during the 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s, where Matthew attended school, church and where he worked. As he matures he finds that his spiritual upbringing leaves him unprepared for many aspects of his life and particularly for falling in love and eventually he is forced to choose between his faith and the girl he loves. This is a touching story of how Matthew’s life is directed and inhibited by the well intentioned beliefs and values of his family and how he must come to terms with the reality behind the truth. It is about a boy growing up, struggling with adolescence, falling in love and trying to understand the religion he has been brought up with, but it challenges the very core of belief and provides a battleground in Matthew's mind as he questions his faith. As such, the topic of religion is sympathetically handled and the characters in the novel give opposing points of view which are thought provoking for the religious and nonreligious alike.

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