The Residual Effects of Unintended Consequences
NOTICE: The intoxicated human brain is a fortress breached by the keepers of hell. Enter the addiction: Any number of physical manifestations drawn from the effects of Satanic influence over the addicted soul. The Residual Effects of Unintended Consequence is a candid memoir listing slightly toward darkness as the addiction debuts early and vies all for leading role. Manifest here is a graphic documentation of warfare as conducted on a spiritual plane for the possession of our minds. Fortunately, the spiritual elements of human emotion abound as the seasons. While it is true that the addiction tends to vie all for stardom in every show that pertains, it does not always prevail. For of the greatest contenders there is, there's love. Would it then reason that where there is only the touting of love, which is greater than the actual, then the addiction reins? A question then remains. Is it a story of love after all?
- Paperback | 330 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 21.08mm | 566.99g
- 09 Aug 2010
- London, United Kingdom
- black & white illustrations