The Worst Misery by D. J. Lemarr

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Hell is ugly. This is just fact. It is a horrid place of uncensored hardships we would take to not acknowledging out of disgust. However, Malloreigh Dawntay is unable to be so blessed. He must live, endure, and attempt to overcome the true nature of suffering. In the face of the devil one has no allies, no hope, yet if you look deep enough, fight hard enough…then perhaps you can find some that was otherwise not there before. Or that could just be madness that tricks you into believing of such clichés. Either way, mad or hopeful, how can one mortal man expect to embrace genuine misery and remain intact?

About D. J. Lemarr

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Most writers like to tell you a bit about themselves. It can be about this or that or what have you, but I, on the other hand, shall do no such thing. I just want to be a name. I am simply D. J. Lemarr, and nothing more than that.
Published December 29, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 158 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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