Too Much Poison

Too Much Poison

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Praise for Too Much Poison a€œ[William J. Donahue] murders it here, folks, goes deep and scores multiple times poking the underbelly of the human condition. An excellent read.a€ a€”C.G. Bauer, author of Scars on the Face of God: The Devila€™s Bible a€œAccept 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 spousesa€”even our own fragile vitalitya€”either crumble with age or simply succumb to the worlda€™s 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 authora€”a 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


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