The Rise & Fall of Eros is a comedic tale of one man's continuing struggle against the ravages of depravity and sin, of sex unlimited and ubiquitous, of endless erotica and prurient thoughts and gusts of pheromones able to reduce reason to an empty mental exercise with all thought processes centered in the nether regions. In other words, it's a funny book with lots of sex in it.
Author Biography: Evan Keliher earned a Doctorate in Education and taught successfully in some of America's toughest schools for over thirty years. He is a Marine veteran of the Korean War, has been married to the same wife for forty-nine years, and has never been arrested. He likes cats. A full-time writer since escaping from his teaching career, Keliher has written stage plays, TV sitcoms, movies, and novels and all of his work includes generous amounts of humor/satire/comedy as well as large doses of irreverence. An earlier version of Guerrilla Warfare for Teachers, a satire on public education, was made into a feature-length comedy film titled Rebel High and his latest book was excerpted in Playboy and Utne Reader.
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