Deadfolk Characters

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Royston Blake

Royston Blake, the novel's narrator and protagonist, is the 30 year-old head doorman at a popular bar in Mangel. Very large and strong, he takes great pride in being the most imposing man in town. Blake loves his job, which gives him a feeling of status in the community. As the story progresses, it becomes apparent that Blake has a history of criminal activity, including theft and battery. His rather simple approach to life, taking it essentially moment-by-moment, at first seems harmless if a bit foolish, but later proves to be a terrible weakness and a threat to others. Blake, it turns out, has very little conscience. He is entirely out for himself and cares about others only insofar as they represent comfort, satisfaction or some other advantage to him. What had initially appeared to be a pleasant enough, if somewhat rough fellow, is gradually revealed to be...

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