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Rotting Man Goes to Town

By: Shawn Irvin Manning
Narrated by: Elijah Zak, Ian McKenzie
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Rotting Man Goes to Town deals with an adult relationship, which is in deep trauma from the outset of the story. Its technique is predominately dual narration, going from his to her vantage points. There are two sides to every story. Some of the language is hard-hitting, with angry scenes or mindsets, including some swearing. Political incorrectness exists in parts. The emotions are raw. It is a compelling and authentic listen. It begins badly. How will it end?

The initial setting is in America, with flashbacks to Britain, meant to counter the hurt, sadness, and anger by the use of the device of injecting past comedic episodes. Levity and tragedy are seen in animal antics. Thus, the humorous scenes are meant to bring a balance to the novel overall.

With the exception of the animals’ names, which remain true, all human names have been changed.

©2023 Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd (P)2023 Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd

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