by Michelle Smith Book : Fiction
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afterlife care   (2013-04-07)
This is an excellent example of a, thankfully almost forgotten, art. The pinnacle of good writing gone bad. It is a misused and self serving opportunity to emasculate genuine human frailty and need. Into a world inhabited by desperate people alienated in dark, lonely and empty places, devoid of confidence and the ability to chart one's own path, this book plunges upon us. Without basis, logic or sound foundation, it selfishly presumes to condescendingly dictate advice, on how to live and breathe, to an audience almost entirely comprised of wounded souls and innocent unshielded waifs. An unbounded tirade of self absorbed, inarticulate ramblings, constructed by an amateurish use of cut and paste, to naively better serve an obvious, yet strikingly apparent, yearning for unfounded self grandeur.
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