No Face

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iUniverse, Aug 30, 2010 - Drama - 248 pages
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No Face by emerging writer Brandon Krogel is a ten-year memoir, spanning the stunning second decade of his life. He describes the events of that decade, many of which intensely tragic, with self-deprecating humor and a great deal of insight, making No Face a soulful read. It is a story of loss, trauma, defeat, and, in the end, of resiliency and triumph of the human spirit. Margaret Atwood wrote that writing has to do with a desire, or even a compulsion to enter something dark, and to bring that darkness out to the light. Krogel has done just that. He has entered the darkness of depression, loss, and addiction, and he has illuminated it for us, his readers, bringing out into the light experiences that are extraordinary. Gerda Wever, PhD, editor
 

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Contents

Chapter Two Cold hands
6
Chapter Three New House Same Home
14
Chapter Four The Lonely Mountain
20
30 AM
26
Chapter Six The Despairing Mountain
40
Chapter Seven From Best Friends to Brothers From Brothers to Worst Enemies
54
Chapter Eight Reunion
72
Chapter Nine When the Dust Settles All I See is Grey
86
Chapter Ten Collecting Myself
102
Chapter Eleven A New Era
132
Chapter Twelve The Times
178
Chapter Thirteen Disbanded
202
Chapter Fourteen Crossroads
212
About the Author
234
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