Looking Through The Windows of Madness
by Leo Vine-Knight
Publisher: Write Good Books 2008
Number of pages: 250
Steven is a psychiatric nurse with an attitude problem, as well as one or two embarrassing secrets. Close to burn out, he struggles through a maze of flashbacks, rebellious impulses and mind-numbing events, gradually revealing a story of insidious madness. Not just a story, but also a heartfelt critique of modern values - seen through the comic lens of a professional on the brink.
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