3:53 a.m. by Nocomus Columbus

3:53 a.m.

byNocomus Columbus

Kobo ebook | June 28, 2013

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A troubled soldier. A vengeful dreamer. An outcast. A writer. Fates interwoven by an unsettling shared event from the past. Each person deals with pain in their own way. Sex. Drugs. Art. Death. That's what this is all about. Self-discovery and loss.

GABixlerReviews: Independent Professional Book Reviewer says:

With the raw language of urban fiction, 3:53 a.m. explores the intense self-analysis of teens testing their limits on drugs, sexuality, friendship, bullying, abuse, love... and murder... Using a series of short scenes, thoughts, essays, the author takes readers directly into the intimacy of four acquaintances, one of whom is a psychopath...

This is short but so intense that you may get lost and not know how to put the pieces together. Don't forget the Screen Play is a separate part. This is not for everybody.

But if you can deal with the street language of today, please try this urban fiction. The writing is excellent. The story mimics what you read in the newspaper, not ever knowing, though, what actually happens to the victims. Be prepared. The language is indeed raw. The results obsessive, real, and illustrative of what some of our youth live in on a daily basis...If we don't like them telling the facts as they see them... Tough! This is the street lit genre and they have just as much right to the freedom of speech as anybody else. Even if some don't like it! It should be judged based upon the definition of urban fiction...

Title:3:53 a.m.Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 28, 2013Publisher:Nocomus ColumbusLanguage:English

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