All the world’s one great stage
And all the greats have left the stage
This is what I always say to myself when I see some stupidity or complete lack of moral integrity in the world. 1,967 more words
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Ruiz is a strikingly good writer, and his chapter detailing Ray’s “break”—and the terrifying, evil voices in his head—is a sojourn in hell; readers will understand why Ray is in a panic to get his prescription refilled and why the voices terrify him.
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Berkin’s (Cut to Wagstaff, 2012) second Wagstaff adventure pits his protagonist against the Rhode Island mob.