George R. R. Martin – From the Journal of Xavier Desmond Audiobook

George R. R. Martin – From the Journal of Xavier Desmond Audiobook

George R. R. Martin – From the Journal of Xavier Desmond Audiobook
George R. R. Martin – From the Journal of Xavier Desmond Audiobook

 

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Xavier Desmond is an anecdotal character from the Wild Cards arrangement of books.

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History

Xavier Desmond was a speculation investor with a spouse, a two-year-old little girl and a splendid future. In 1946 the outsider xenovirus detonated over New York City and changed that all eternity. Desmond was discharged from the emergency clinic to discover his better half had left him. Soon after that, he lost his employment with Chase Manhattan and was removed from his loft on Riverside Drive. He before long moved to Jokertown, where he found a new line of work at the Funhouse dance club.

Desmond was stung by the treacheries delivered on himself and all jokers. George R. R. Martin – From the Journal of Xavier Desmond Audiobook . By 1964 he had established the Joker Anti-Defamation League, which was committed to the quiet advancement of joker social equality. During the following two decades Desmond had the option to buy the Funhouse. Under his direction the club turned into a prime New York goal. It was an exquisite night spot where jokers and nats both came to appreciate top joker supper club acts.

By the mid-70s Desmond had become the most conspicuous representative for joker rights. Inside the little universe of Manhattan he had the informal title of “Civic chairman of Jokertown.” A pleased, keen man, Des was one of the minority of jokers who might not cover their appearances behind a veil, nor would he acknowledge a Joker “moniker”, nor would he grant others to apply an epithet to him. He remained Xavier Desmond until his demise, glad to be what his identity was.

In 1984, Desmond surrendered as leader of the JADL yet at the same time kept up attaches with the association. Furtively realizing that he was biting the dust Des acknowledged an encouragement to join the World Health Organization’s visit, apparently to archive how jokers were being treated far and wide. As a general rule it was to satisfy a fantasy both he and his significant other once shared to venture to the far corners of the planet. The disease (untreated during the visit) advanced, easing back Des significantly, yet during the Shadow Fist/Mafia war he utilized his impact to induce a local watch affiliation, made exclusively out of jokers, to defend the avenues of Jokertown.

In mid-1987, The Funhouse facilitated a broadcast AIDS/Wild Card Benefit that saw the arrival to unmistakable quality of C.C. Ryder and Buddy Holley. Before long, Desmond kicked the bucket of malignant growth (July 16, 1987). George R. R. Martin – From the Journal of Xavier Desmond Audiobook . Dr. Tachyon didn’t understand how wiped out Des was on the grounds that he gladly decided to depend on ‘joker’ specialists. The diary that he continued during the WHO-supported excursion, named “A Year in a Man’s Life: The Journal of Xavier Desmond”, was distributed after death. All Jokertown grieved his passing. Tragically, The Funhouse, the inheritance of this delicate man who wouldn’t wear a cover or take a pseudonym, was shut not long after his demise.

Special case Traits

Desmond has a pink, two foot long gigantic trunk instead of a nose. It has seven prehensile fingers dangling from the end.

Appearance

Desmond is a huge, sharp looking flowery man with a pink, two foot long enormous trunk instead of a nose. It has seven prehensile fingers dangling from the end.

 

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