Epic Sloth by Philip Gaber
Tales of the Long Crawl

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Epic Sloth: Tales of the Long Crawl is a thought provoking literary piece worthy of a spot in everyone’s library, to be revisited in the same way we visit our own moments in life. Definitely an author I will follow to see what he comes up with next!
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Synopsis

In this new collection of introspective and edgy literary caricatures the work has the feel of a neo-alternative itinerant busker involved in a passionate and fiery partimen with himself. In high-concept terms: These are psychology tales with a strong theme of unavoidable destiny. The crux of the story involves a philosophical experience. The story begins with a miscommunication and ends with a poet searching for a finish line.
 

About Philip Gaber

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Philip Gaber currently lives and works in North Carolina. He spends the majority of his day attempting to reconcile differences between his conscious and subconscious. In his spare time he tries not to drift around his community as an invisible spirit or juggle more than a handful of moral dilemmas at a time.
 
Published June 15, 2013 by Philip Gaber. 176 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Publishers Weekly

Below average
on Dec 02 2013

Perhaps Gaber is leaving his work open to interpretation, but, in the end, readers will come away wondering if there is something fundamental that they’re missing.

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Excellent
Reviewed by Susan Vio on Oct 28 2015

Epic Sloth: Tales of the Long Crawl is a thought provoking literary piece worthy of a spot in everyone’s library, to be revisited in the same way we visit our own moments in life. Definitely an author I will follow to see what he comes up with next!

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