"Beset with the visions of a Bosch and the honesty of a Henry Miller, Sullivan leaves us wiser in our admiration for his remarkable first novel."—John Rolfe Gardiner, author of Great Dream from Heaven
A touching debut blending magical -realism with a study of how alcohol abuse shapes a family. A stylish mix of Stephen King, Henry Miller and Tom McGuane, the novel tells the story of a 15-year-old boy who has been seeing ghosts ever since his father died in a car accident while driving under the influence.
Mark J. Sullivan, III is a writer and a musician. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and two sons and is currently working on his second novel, Angel, Fallen from Heaven.
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Jonah is raised by his extremely competent film editor mother, but when he begins to be harassed by ghosts, his father returns, a gaping wound in his neck, to give him advice on life in the worlds of the living and the dead.| Read Full Review of Jonah Sees Ghosts
Jonah Sees Ghosts begins, appropriately enough, with a death, which first-time novelist Mark J.Sep 17 2003 | Read Full Review of Jonah Sees Ghosts