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John Paul Fay was born in Malden, Massachusetts and his family settled in East Boston. Fay is a writer, film producer. part-time actor, fan of horror and offbeat movies, student of the martial arts, and avid, sometimes overzealous experiencer of altered states of mind who may or may not be in recovery, jail, or the nearest graveyard as of this writing.
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Amazon.com: 25 reviews
I was taken on an unwanted "journey into the mind of John Paul Fay"
4 June 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
5 people found this helpful.
The book has more about the author's twisted life than Shawcross. Several of letters of Shawcross are printed in the book but without commentary or information about his crimes. However, we are given tremendous, detail of the life of the author. I was not interested in Fay's life and did not buy the book to learn the details about an alcoholic/drug addict. None of Fay's letter's to Shawcross are printed and the presentation of Shawcross's letters are out of sequence and repeated with no apparent rhyme of reason. It is as if they were an interruption in the author's autobiography. All the promotion of this book is overblown. Don't waste your money or time.
great first hand account of what his darkness is
17 February 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
3 people found this helpful.
Not many people who are afflicted with such disorders (in regards to Fey), are so willing, or necesarily even able to communicate (much less with such loquaciousness), their experiences, thoughts, and feelings. A little too generous with the strings of adjectives and alliteration at times, especially in the beginning, but minor in the context of the book, overall. Mr. Fey makes himself vulnerable, exposing some of his darkest secrets and thoughts in this book, perhaps in an attempt to shed light on his darkness, or, as he states, maybe just to let others know they aren't alone. Either way, great first hand account of what his darkness is, and how it briefly intertwined with Shawcross.
24 March 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
I enjoyed this. Definitely an unusual book. I like how the author is upfront and plain spoken about his life on dark side. He has some interesting and compelling ways of expressing things. Things that are not easy to talk about. No candy coating here.
Appropriate for teenagers
3 September 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Appropriate for teenagers. Full of warnings wisdom and honesty this book doesn’t glorify evil, but deals with it bluntly. There are more SAT vocabulary words per page than Frankenstein. I would highly recommend this book as therapeutic reading for anyone struggling with inner darkness. A biographical/autobiographical Bildungsroman for this terrible time we live in.
11 June 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
Poorly written. Sappy. Don’t bother.