Praise for Too Much Poison a[William J. Donahue] murders it here, folks, goes deep and scores multiple times poking the underbelly of the human condition. An excellent read.a aC.G. Bauer, author of Scars on the Face of God: The Devilas Bible aAccept loss forever, a as the acclaimed novelist and poet Jack Kerouac once wrote. In this vein, Too Much Poison offers sixteen stories about the influences that touch a human life and, ultimately, fade into the gray. With the turning of each page, we see lovers, friends and spousesaeven our own fragile vitalityaeither crumble with age or simply succumb to the worldas great and many pressures. Equal parts horror, erotica and pathos, Too Much Poison explores the precious things we all lose in a lifetime but, if given the choice, would rather have held close till the end. William J. Donahue is an award-winning journalist and magazine editor. He has authored several other published works, including Filthy Beast, which was a finalist for the 2004 ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Award. He lives near Philadelphia.Hesmiled smugly as he flipped back to the front pageand tried to put a face to the name of the papera#39;s authoraa kid named Shane Dulles, asophomore. Despite the essaya#39;s superiority comparedwith theuninspired work of Dullesa#39; predictablyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Too Much Poison|
|Author||:||William J. Donahue|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2014-12-19|