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Existential Terror and Breakfast: Season Two

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The suicide prevention holding ward is boring. Malcolm might just die of "boredom".

Losing an uphill battle against depression should be enough, but Malcolm now has something more to contend with. Now he has an extroverted junkie on his couch. Season Two of Existential Terror and Breakfast is an uncomfortable laugh mixed with stolen food and fatalistic musings. Malcolm's ag

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Published June 29th 2018
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Jul 01, 2018 rated it it was ok
A short, compelling read, although dark and bleak. Curiosity remains, but I must avoid spoilers. Not my usual cup of tea. I read an ARC and this voluntary review is my own opinion.
Aditya Patil
Jul 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
After a stellar season one, Malcolm returns. This time, with different setting but similar dread. The book continues where it left off in season one. This time, it dives deep and Malcolm makes some very shady choices and maybe is ok with them? Maybe. You never can know Malcolm with certainty, not even Malcolm himself, it appears.
I really am in awe of the writer about the way he has kept Malcolm's story and existential crisis in the same plane and not let the balance go haywire. In some places, I
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M.P. Fitzgerald is an author and amateur mad scientist based in Seattle, WA. He is dedicated to injecting the witty, whimsical and totally belligerent stylings of Gonzo journalism into fiction. He writes stories across genres for misfits, weirdos, philosophers and pirates alike. If you have ever been halfway through a serious sci-fi or philosophical work and thought "hey, this could use a lot mor ...more

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