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Monstrous: The Autobiography of a Serial Killer But for the Grace of God By TommyWalker,

  • Title: Monstrous: The Autobiography of a Serial Killer But for the Grace of God
  • Author: TommyWalker
  • ISBN: 9781588986085
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • Monstrous is the true story of a young man s coming of age, tracing the author s journey of subtly drifting toward and within a homicidal state before awakening at age twenty one.
    Monstrous The Autobiography of a Serial Killer But for the Grace of God Monstrous is the true story of a young man s coming of age tracing the author s journey of subtly drifting toward and within a homicidal state before awakening at age twenty one

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    1. The self flagellating confessional autobiography has a long and distinguished history in Western literature, commencing with St Augustine and continuing with Jean Jacques Rousseau, William Burroughs, Henry Miller, Pamela des Barres and Drew Barry St Augustine of Hippo The GTOs, with Pamela Des Barres centre The whole bloody miserable genre has recently been turned into a Lord of the Rings and then some epic by Karl Ove Knausg rd under his provocative title Min Kamp So here is Tommy Walker a pseu [...]

    2. So far, we re still in his childhood and just about to begin Chapter 4 Normally, by the fourth chater, I should have an idea of the narrative flow structure, but it s hidden The heft of the book suggests that nothing from the author s life may have been expunged from the record and it becomes a worry that I might get lost in the forest for the trees Indescriminate inclusion is a big worry at this point However, with the exception of one passage that seemed to lose focus and almost shook my inter [...]

    3. I so much enjoyed this book, despite its difficult moments, and I was very much immersed into Tommy s being It kept me awake reading into the early hours of the morning until I could finish the book There were particular moments when I broke into manic giggles, only to be followed by tears of relief Quite a catharsis for me I have to admit, it takes some time to get into the character of Tommy, and that doesn t come about until chapter ten or so Maybe the reader can t or isn t allowed to see beh [...]

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