God, Grace, Dumb Luck by Phloyd Knucklez

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"How much of the narrator/author’s method (and art) arise from madness (“I stopped taking my meds because I didn’t like the way they made me feel”) is impossible to know. Regardless, this “fallen man” commands our attention with a book at once heartbreaking and exhilarating."
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This book is muddled. If someone makes an effort to read it, they will find it has little useful information. The suffering reader will discover, with time, that the contents are original.
 

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Published September 21, 2016 by Philip Gaber. 154 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Sep 27 2016

"How much of the narrator/author’s method (and art) arise from madness (“I stopped taking my meds because I didn’t like the way they made me feel”) is impossible to know. Regardless, this “fallen man” commands our attention with a book at once heartbreaking and exhilarating."

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