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A Slow Flowing River
     

A Slow Flowing River

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by Wess Foreman
 

Accused of murder, an innocent man struggles for freedom and for sanity. The first of a series which follows this antihero through the depths of human agony, along a slow flowing river through a fictitious American southwest. A dark western with elements of the supernatural; stream of consciousness ramblings of a madman; and the unlikely possibility of a better

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Accused of murder, an innocent man struggles for freedom and for sanity. The first of a series which follows this antihero through the depths of human agony, along a slow flowing river through a fictitious American southwest. A dark western with elements of the supernatural; stream of consciousness ramblings of a madman; and the unlikely possibility of a better life - a life just out of his reach.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011117312
Publisher:
Wess Foreman
Publication date:
10/13/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,209,325
File size:
174 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Wess Foreman is an artist and writer. He lives near Covington, Louisiana with his wife and son. He is a superhero in his spare time and he thinks it's humorous to write about himself in the third-person. (and one of those facts isn't true)

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A Slow Flowing River 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought WOW! A book with 276 pages. When I started reading this book, I was so disappointed. I can put up with improper grammer, bad punctuation, misspellings and other eratta. I may not be happy about it, but I can forgive it for the most part. This book though has something I cannot tolerate and that is incomplete sentences. I do not mean a few random ones, almost every paragraph has one or two. This really bothers me. Another thing is every paragraph must have at least three full sentences to be a paragraph. This book has the expected murders and violence, which is rather graphic at times. There are other adult themes and langauge as well. The plot was hard to follow and I did not care for most of the characters. They seemed roughed out, instead of well thought out. For adults, more rooster lit, than chick lit. AD