Ghoulish

Ghoulish

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by Matthew Sawyer
     
 
Someone has been breaking into Milwaukee morgues and stealing body parts. The police find their suspect when they apprehend Sam Pechinski, lapping up blood, at the scene of a fatal traffic accident. The suspect admits guilt, claiming he is on the verge of �transformation.�

Overview

Someone has been breaking into Milwaukee morgues and stealing body parts. The police find their suspect when they apprehend Sam Pechinski, lapping up blood, at the scene of a fatal traffic accident. The suspect admits guilt, claiming he is on the verge of �transformation.�

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011073090
Publisher:
Matthew Sawyer
Publication date:
08/05/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
247,792
File size:
106 KB

Meet the Author

About me ... I don't have any awards - not even an honorable mention. Heck, I didn't even go to school to become a Writer - I was going to be a Fine Art Painter. Yet I had to pay my student loans. After college, I worked in Mental Health - as in schizophrenics and other assortment of severe mental disorders. All the while, I painted and drew - and wrote. Grandiose, I know, but I knew the story I wanted to read - years of drawing monsters had spun my own mythology and I hoped for something comparable and real.


The book I wanted to write would fulfill a fading desire and breathe life into the chimeras I had sketched into my notebooks. That visual mythology was collectively called "The Mortui Philosophies." I had tried animation, but the repetitive work only produced frustration. So much in fact, I joined the 'sane' world and switched careers into Internet Technology. Secure, I had stopped painting and focused on a very rewarding career. After a few years lacking expression from my creative self and a disenchanting experience with the Gunslinger, my Pazuzu Trilogy took its first breath.


And there is the reason readers should read my Pazuzu Trilogy - it is a unique, blasphemous, scrubbed-til-Sunday epic. The Eighth Revision is the first pass in which I did not make major changes - I found typos and a few obtuse sentences, but other than those, the changes are smattering instances of changing blocks of text into dialogue. If my 4,000+ readers would please try Pazuzu - Manifestation again, I don't think they'll be disappointed - it's the same story now told with an Active Voice and looks downright professional opposed my miserable self-publishing effort to date. I hope readers will enjoy the free ebook version of Manifestation - the first book in the trilogy - tell everyone they know and buy the second and third book. Manifestation is background and Emergence is when the story really picks-up speed. The Seventh Revision was good, but the Eighth is better And now, there is a Ninth - and it reads like lightning!

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Ghoulish 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Oma29 More than 1 year ago
Matthew Sawyer is known for writing short stories, usually 22 pages or less
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
4 and half stars but it sound good os i Rate this book 5 or 6 because i did not read this book. How counld i give it bad stars?
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Goldylox
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only twenty four pages long but super scary!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Good but at the same time short.
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