Strange Passengers : A Memoir of Madness, Addiction, and Faith
"Gill...gives readers a guided tour through his visions of hell in this harrowing true survivor story." -"Kirkus Reviews" Containing what may be the most detailed and nightmarish account of methamphetamine psychosis in all of literature, "Strange Passengers" is the electrifying record of author Paul Gill's descent into madness, and chronicles his eventual transformation from an atheistic drunk into a clean and sober man of faith. By turns shocking, profound, bizarre, and beautiful, Paul's hallucinatory narrative takes readers across his blasted inner landscape and deep into the wild country of the human heart-a journey that culminates in a religious conversion as unorthodox as it is dramatic. A fascinating document of the soul, "Strange Passengers" offers a modern and thoroughly worldly man's testimony of how he found God in hell.
- Paperback | 314 pages
- 133 x 203 x 18mm | 358g
- 13 May 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Paul Gill
Paul Gill was born in Kentucky in 1976. He currently resides in northern California with his beloved wife Allison.