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Deus Ex Insomnia

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THE doctors didn't believe me; they only believe in their pharmacopoeia - a lot of addicts do - but I made them believe in the end. I had to. The others left me no choice. Too many sleepless nights had ripped a gash in perception. Out there, on the far side, through the fog of delirium, I sensed their presence. I wasn't alone. I saw them hinted and outlined by the weak lig ...more
Paperback, First Edition, 88 pages
Published May 25th 2007 by Lulu Press
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Caroline Farrell
May 26, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Don't judge a book by its cover, so the saying goes, but in this case, the cover, and title, of Deus Ex Insomnia, which caught my attention, represents rather well the dark, thought-provoking and sometimes mischievous contents within.

A generous collection of poetry includes such gems as The Rules for Gracious Living, and, for the thoughtful writer, some interesting prose that explores the themes of love, death, self-fulfilment and issues of social relevance. The writer's journey, with all its i
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A coffee-guzzling journalist turned novelist, Mark Cantrell lives and works by the weave of his words.

He is the author of two novels (both published by Inspired Quill), a host of short stories, and plenty of social commentary. Over the years, his writings have appeared in a number of small press 'zines,