My Last Days

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Chiasmus Press, May 12, 2007 - Fiction - 120 pages
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Fiction. In this satirical novel, a well-known superhero takes on the corruptions of many current public figures in politics, business, and the arts. "MY LAST DAYS takes us deep inside the American myth of Superman and Clark Kent where no prior version of our naturalized heroic savior's ineradicable story has dared to go. Be prepared for a wild ride on the back of the man of steel's poignant confessional autobiography into a satirical maelstrom of hilarity and moral outrage" -- George Economou. Toby Olson calls the book "a wonder."

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Contents

CHERRY GETS ME GOING
7
LESSONS FROM MY YOUTH
19
A BLOW
31
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

A native of Southern California, Lou Rowan began his writing career in New York City, where he earned his living as teacher and as an institutional investor. He lives and writes in Seattle. His current projects include a novel about the losing of the West, a sequel to My Last Days, stories, and his editorial duties at Golden Handcuffs Review.

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