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Surrealistic yet True to Life
on 13 May 2013
Set in midlands rural Ireland and all the way to India this story of one man,s life is described in bold, very honest and melancholic language. The story is both strange and depressed and topics are exposed in their raw state. This what keeps you hooked. Basically it's an autobiography of one persons sickness both mental and physical throughout his life.
This hypochondriacal pastime of the Irish is more magnified here than in your wildest dreams.
You will either love it or hate it!