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A runaway groom has to face the mother of the bride he left at the altar. A teacher snaps under the pressure from his student’s entitled and disrespectful father. A woman takes matters into her own hands when a sexual assault complaint goes ignored. A stressed driver becomes reckless when she realizes she's being followed.
How far is too far when we feel we’ve been wronged? The answer is funny, satisfying, and sickening all at once. Savage is all the ways, big and small, in which we unleash our worst selves. It’s deliciously petty or unnecessarily ugly, depending on who you ask, but inarguably it’s harmful to everyone involved. Savage is what happens when we treat others as less than human, and they respond with a little less humanity.
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About the Author
A.M. Bristow is Cuban-born writer raised in the United States who writes contemporary fiction when she’s not traveling and writing about that. In fiction, she explores the overreaching philosophical theme that hell is other people. She currently lives in the Czech Republic, where she gives life to her cynical thoughts. Bristow was formally trained and shaped by the world of academia, before abandoning her scholarly pursuits in psychology and education in order to dedicate herself to writing on a nearly full-time basis. You can find her insights and tips about travel on her blog, www.GnomeTrotting.com. Available books by the author include: Savage, Elskerinde: Confessions of the Other Woman, Crimson Sheets, and A Trilogy of Disappointment (and a dash of hope). You can connect directly with A.M. Bristow on Twitter.