In this intimate glimpse into the heart of his own creative spirit, Jack Ketchum shares his early career, literary influences, and some of the characters that formed the man he has become. From his early respect and admiration for Henry Miller to the tortured lives of friends, and the aftermath of 9/11 - these are the stories that define a career. This is the kind of book that opens windows into the soul. Step up and take a look.
©2008 Dallas Mayr (P)2011 David N. Wilson
"Who's the scariest guy in America? Probably Jack Ketchum" (Stephen King)
This is the worst book ive ever listened to. There was no story no point to it what so ever. I love his books normally but he must have been having a off day when he wrote this I couldn't get into it at all.
"was hard to follow"
I am unsure what all was going on . Just kind of went back and forth and hard to follow. I would not recommend this title. But i will try one of his other storys and see if its better
The narrator was borning and just no emotion
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