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It will soon be Dallas, Texas, November 22 12:30 p.m., and a stranger arrives in Texas to play a fateful role in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Why is he there? Not even he knows. But one thing is for sure. He will have the power to change the world.

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Nightscar
Your name is SimRarg and you are an interstellar traveler with a job to do. You have been set down in a field near an old farmhouse. Looking at yourself, you discover that the new body The Engineers have given you has black skin. This is not good, as you have landed here before, and you know that in this part of the world - Louisiana, U.S.A. with its racial segregation, having a black skin is not a good thing. It is November, 1963. You have a job to do, and you had best be about doing it. So you set out for the farmhouse, learning how to move your new body as you go. As you near the farmhouse, a young woman appears; she is holding a shotgun, and she is pointing it at you. An old man slowly joins her on the creaking porch. She swivels her hips and dutifully holds out the shotgun to him.

"Pa," she says, "guess who's coming to dinner?"

Depending on your point of view, it only gets better (or worse) from there. After spending the night in Pa Weathery's barn and being shot at by Pa Weathery, you take off running. You stay away from white people as much as possible, so you get around other black people in the town of Beausoleil. The language chip The Engineers have implanted in your head is excellent, so you have no trouble adapting to the local accent. You are accepted, and you make friends. The only problem you have are two white cops, Lon and Chaney (you have to either be an old movie buff or as old as I am to get the joke in those two names). Time drags on. You have to be in Dallas in time for President Kennedy's arrival. You head out, accompanied by a boy from Beausoleil named Joshua, and you arrive on time.

This book, Paul Morris's first novel, is packed with adventure, suspense and surprise. Reading it, I was sure the author was an American with a good rooting in America's southland. I was amazed to learn that he is not. According to his publisher, "Paul Morris was born in Scotland in 1958. During a long and varied career he has been a writer / producer of radio commercials, a playwright, a puppeteer, a poet, a graphic designer, a cartoonist, a pop promo director, a screenwriter, a feature film director, a chef, a painter and an installation artist."

Paul Morris is one very talented writer. Pick up a copy of "Pa Weathery's Chickens" and enjoy yourself. A very strong Five Star read.
Vobei
Pa Weathery's Chickens is one of the most extraordinary books you're likely to read in a long time; Paul Morris was until recently the editor of Expatica.com, and he touched up more than a few of this reviewer's scribblings too.

And `touching up' anyone would be one of the many activities that SimRarg, a `Traveler' of as-yet indeterminate origin, would do best to avoid, when he finds himself in a "body...that was not half bad - male, medium height, around twenty-five, handsome enough, fit enough; he would do" - sent by `the Engineers' to Texas, he is tasked with a mission that even he does not understand, one that will change the world forever. 22 November 1963, Dallas, 12.32pm. Ring any bells?

Anyway, he has to get the eponymous Pa Weathery onside first, and his slutty siren of a daughter, and, well, his chickens too...`You can sleep in the barn but if you so much as lay a finger on my daughter or my chickens, it's your neck I'll wring.' And there's just one more little problem - SimRarg is black. Truly, a stranger in a strange land...

It took me a while to determine exactly what cultural buttons Morris' yarn pushed, then I realized - while I have always been very interested in JFK conspiracy theories, it is (unwittingly?) the old ATV sci-fi series Sapphire and Steel, starring Joanna Lumley and David McCallum, that Pa Weathery's... seems to take its cue from most, with its titular `time detectives' from another dimension, who are not quite alien but very much more than human, sent to safeguard the structure of time.

SimRarg never seems to be sure exactly what he may or may not be safeguarding, but one thing's for sure - orders are orders.

This is riveting stuff - no less than Stephen King will be releasing his take on the Kennedy assassination later this year, 22.11.63, but Morris got there first and, as far as bone-dry, believable dialogue, fascinating characterizations and a rattling good yarn is concerned, King is going to have to go some to top this.

Perhaps Morris's finest achievement with this, his first novel, is the ease with which he seamlessly blends startling sci-fi with unflinching social commentary, as he casts a cold eye over the racism and corruption of 1960s America. And, as for the novel's take on the `conspiracy' itself goes, ask yourself - how much more incredible is what happens here than what the US public of the time were asked to believe happened? `Mr. President, you can't say that Dallas doesn't love you...'

Besides, sources close to this reviewer have revealed that sequels are afoot and, really, it couldn't be any other way - just wait until you find out where our man is heading next, and who his next target is. And why? Well, that would be telling.

There is perhaps the occasional sense that Morris has grown too fond of wrapping the reader up in riddles, and his love of metaphor runs maybe a little too deep, but this is nevertheless a startling debut from an author we can expect a great deal more from. Bring it on, say I.
Kikora
I liked this book, it's kinda unusual. You follow a guy going through swamps and stuff, finding out what it's like to be human - and he meets women too. The end I found odd but I guess you have to buy the next one to find out. Definitely different to most other books that are out there.
Kashicage
This book reminded me of the classic "Of Mice and Men." Characters so real you feel like you are travelling on their journey with them. This with the added theme of an extra-terrestrial viewing our earthly quirks makes for a read you won't want to put down.
Pa Weathery's Chickens: JFK: the conspiracy is stranger than you think ..... download epub
Humor & Satire
Author: Paul Morris
ISBN: 1461105765
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Humor & Satire
Language: English
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 27, 2011)
Pages: 240 pages