Requiem for a Soul by Clint Gaige

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Requiem for a Soul is the story of redemption for an artist. Stephen Vale has been highly lauded as the artist of his generation, but he has never felt comfortable being himself. Driving home on his thirty-fifth birthday to discover himself, what he finds are more questions. Written from the perspective of Stephen Vale's fictional biographer and told through the voices of Vale and those who knew him, this is the eternal story of the search for peace in the eye of an internal war. Advance praise for Requiem for a Soul: "I first met Clint while he was a struggling poet, but he has always had the gift of observation. He is the quintessential storyteller. He packs a lot of meaning into each sentence and at times, each word. I'm sure this will become an instant classic. And, I'm not just saying that to get an autographed copy."—Ron Saikowski, Washington Times "Gaige is a humanist, he is extremely powerful in subtlety of observation and depth of meaning. Requiem for a Soul is a search for love, a search for why we are abandoned by those we love, a search for answers to why we abandon those we love, in short, a search for meaning in life."—Sean Meiers, Publisher/Editor Random Reasonings, Literary On-Line "Gaige draws back the veil of an artist's life and gives us a good look at ourselves. The story and his characters have a clear objective; they look us straight in the eyes and realize, that you're looking at yourself!"—Sara Lindley, Editor, Creative Writer's Forum

About Clint Gaige

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Gaige made a living as a copywriter and voiceover for several years.
Published January 13, 2000 by iUniverse. 148 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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