A Particular Madness
Cynren Press, 2021 - Fiction - 312 pages
"Growing up in the rural impoverishment of post-Depression Oklahoma and surrounded by feuding family factions, free-spirited Jacob Roland hungers for knowledge and a world beyond his reach. But dark forces are growing in Jacob, twisting with the same ruthless, relentless power of a tornado across the Oklahoma prairies. Jacob battles against these aberrant forces, but, trapped by poverty and a growing mental illness, he is thwarted at every turn. For every light--a chance at college, the love of a poised, sophisticated woman--there is a greater darkness within him. Failed by circumstance, community, and his own mental health, is there an escape for Jacob's bright, wounded spirit, or will he forever be a prisoner of a particular madness?"--Publisher's description.
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