The Shores We Walk
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"A sumptuous banquet of life." -Author, Robynn Gabel

"The author has an eye for beauty, even in the midst of death and garbage. It hints of hope, it hints of sunshine, it is inspiring!" -Outsider Writers, Dawn Graves

The truth about heroin.
Kindle Edition, 169 pages
Published (first published December 24th 2010)
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Susie
Good writing , good story, thought provoking.
I highly recommend this book.
Brida Kuhs
This is a book made up of vignettes, much as life is. And for that reason it is very real. Life is not organized and linear, but confusing and scary. This book is full of carefully chosen words and gradually developed characters. I loved it - I recommend it for anyone who is looking for something strangely different and deeply personal.
Vincent Bekham
This is a thrilling read. The raw humanity and humility of the protagonist is chilling.
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The Shores We Walk by Gabriel Rheaume
Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
"The world is a cemetery of hopes." Poetic prose in the midst of the description of love, hate, life, drugs, death and the sounds of words that outshine the plot and characters… I loved this unusual work of creative writing.
It did not matter who was writing in first person and who was trying to put the whole story together, who the living was and who the departed.
Yes, the shores we walk can also be walked by Bantam chickens with...more
Julia
This toched me deeply... By far one of the best books I've ever read.
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Rheaume writes in a philosophical prose blurring surrealism and reality leaving the reader clutching at what turns out to be a mirage.
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