Breakfast at Midnight by Louis Armand: A Review

breakfastatmidnight  4 Stars

Dark, gritty, a masterpiece in the underbelly of how low a person can go and how life is neither fair or unfair. How circumstances and events never really leave us and how memories become embedded in our being. How everything is just…is.

disturbing read, like being a voyeur into someone’s dark twisted mind, that they cannot escape from.
Harsh words, harsh writing, the seedier side of living. Definitely not for the faint of heart, the righteous, the moralists, those that pretend the bleak and the bad do not exist, or that all wrongs will eventually be righted. People sometimes exist because they don’t die.

When you finish reading this book you want to take a shower for a very long long time.

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