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|Posté le: Mar 27 Juin - 06:44 (2017) Sujet du message: Dead Men Naked Dario Cannizzaro
After the sudden death of his best friend Neil, involving a 6-foot giant crow and quite some Tequila, Lou’s life takes an unexpected turn toward the impossible. As Lou discovers his unwelcome gift to see Neil’s ghost, he starts to question his sanity; but the real challenge is just coming up. Mallory, a self-proclaimed medium, offers her services to help Neil pass over. Drunk on spirit, lust, and hope, Lou agrees to perform a ritual, which, unforeseen, leaves him alone to face death. Not any death, but his personal one; a skinny, sarcastic anthropomorphic embodiment of his end-of-time which - who? - goes by D. Summoned during the ritual, D will help Lou in the search for Angelene, Mallory’s twin sister, the only clue to finding the disappeared Mallory and reverse the ritual. The strange duo begins a road trip from dusty interstates to lousy strip clubs, during which they’ll have time to know each other and discuss the meaning of life, love, and what does it means to be mortal. Will our unconventional couple find Angelene, and persuade her to help in the search for Mal? Will Lou be able to save his friend Neil, or his own soul for that matter? But more importantly: will he make peace with his own Death? DEAD MEN NAKED is the debut novel of DARIO CANNIZZARO. His short stories have appeared in many Literary Magazines, online and in print, such as The Galway Review, Trigger Warning Short Fiction, Two Thousand Words, and Chantwood Magazine – and have been most recently collected in the anthology "Of Life, Death, Aliens, and Zombies". Narrated with the characteristic prose that differentiates Cannizzaro's work - minimalistic at its core, but with incredibly powerful and lyrical flights of fancy - this modern and magical tale uses a touch of humor, philosophy, and poetry, to explore what it takes to accept our own mortality.
bound: 275 pages
publisher: Independently published (April 26, 2017)
isbn: 1521103631, 978-1521103630,
weight: 1.1 pounds (