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Beloved Demons Paperback – December 7, 2013
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I received this book in a bundle offered by the author on his website. This is the second book following the intriguing 'Lunatic Heroes'. In this well written offering we are taken from boyhood to manhood through stories and confessions of a deep, personal nature. This is not a romp but it is none-the-less an enthralling storytelling as the urgency pulls the reader forward. It is ripe with humor, deep and abiding love, and terrible revelation. The shadow of Martignetti's youth is drawn across his teen years into adulthood pulling taut the tangles and confusions born within the stories of the previous book.
His demons served him well and they did not let go lightly; we learn these things never do when they have been designed to save our lives.There are no straight lines and there are no hidden agendas in this telling. It is transparent and human to the core. Those who have been raised by gentle wildlife may be unnerved by this level of feral confession, however, we can all benefit by this honesty. These confessions of Martignetti's raise the bar on truth telling and implore us to understand and appreciate what it truly takes to confess to save our lives. Here we see what kind of courage that is really required to become one's own hero and to be redeemed stronger as a healer with a sound mind. I highly recommend this book as a followup to 'Lunatic Heroes'.
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Best book I've read this year.
Full of introspections, tears, laughter and reality.
In Beloved Demons, it’s as if Martignetti has invited me to watch his own open heart surgery.Read more