Chris Bowsman ó A Life On Fire kindle
A Life On Fire kindle ´ eBook 9780982628195 ✓ randarenewables ã Gerald McManner does not have a happy life His job is boring and he goes home to an empty house Every day is pretty much the same until one day when his dreams become nightmares and the boredom becomes insanity Will he find his way back toY day is pretty much the same until one day when his dreams become nightmares and the boredom become Bizarre indeed a tale that has some strange creatures with crocodile like heads and a strange body with tentacles that do ungodly acts with a woman Definitely one for the adult reader with explicit content and language the main protagonist Hates his job constantly gets drunk and clings onto ashes in a urn and memories of a dead loved one He seems to be going through a bunch of crazy nightmarish experiences It was a fun read but had something missing for me
ePub ´ A Life On Fire ó Chris Bowsman
S insanity Will he find his way back to the light or burn in his alcohol and depression fueled hell? Thank you so much for the opportunity to read this book I thank you also for selecting me as a good reads give away winner I found this book to be intense and a uick paced read The character build in this book was excellent you really felt like you knew this character and felt his pain At times it was a bit difficult to read this story as I have been close to alcoholism and know of the mental and emotional ugliness it produces All in all though this is a well told story and I would recommend it This poor man really struggles to fight those demons what courage Thank you again for the opportunity to read this book I found it to be worth the four stars
reader A Life On Fire
A Life On Fire Gerald McManner does not have a happy life His job is boring and he goes home to an empty house Ever A uick trip through one man's experience of loss and hopelessness As grim as it sounds there is humor and pathos to be found along the way The scenery hovers between a nightmare and a waking dream and the emotions expressed are profoundly human Why can't I find books by this author?