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Eyes Falling Down

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"Living in both worlds is no longer possible." Thade, just some forgotten punk reject; a widower living in the shadow of his undead marriage. 9 months now. His wife, Yvette, is missing and he can't remember if he ever really knew her. Did he do it? Of course he didn't. Because of course he did. She left everything. Her keys. Her phone. Her car. All her clothes hanging like ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published June 12th 2008 by BookSurge Publishing
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A soulful concrete pain poem of a novel. Experimental, sad and daring.
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