Wanting her to know him for who he really was.
In Damages, the poignant debut novel by author Bazhe, each and every reader will be able to, in some way (I hope), be able to relate to the pure human truth of life.
Bazhe is a unique author and has used his talents of a great story teller in a beautiful, clear, and poignant way in this very interesting book.
The author must have had all his little pals write the glowing reviews for this trash. It was horrific in its details of his poor "mother's" cancer, to such an extent that the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by M.B.
This is an amazing book, the writing is amazing, a must read for anybody!!! Support this writer!!! For somebody to open up and let us in to the joys and the pain is remarkable, I... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jayson Carlson
I would recommend for all to read.
Thank you for sharing your life with me.
The moment I saw the title of this book I knew this was a good read.
Having read other texts, there is no doubt that this one is unique. It makes you explore your deepest feelings and takes you on a unique journey. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Andrew101
Unnecessarily gross. Too much detail just for shock. There are ways to write that relay the same impression without such graphic descriptions. Call me a prude but this is trash.Published 9 months ago by Rebecca
This fascinating story would have benefited from good editing. It starts out brilliantly, but sags due some incredibly long dialogue segments in which people speak not in... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chris Cennedy
I have read this book twice, I found it fascinating and very interesting. The book has cultural content as well as a very personal story of a young man. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Barb Weber
BK Bazhe sat next to me on a train from NYC to Boston. We had a long, wide-ranging conversation about our lives. He told me about his book so I gave it a read. Read morePublished 17 months ago by coolinthepool
A man torn between two mother's ,many cultures and and as many directions in life to take. This book was both a joy, and sad to read. Read morePublished 18 months ago by David Mahon