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- Print Length: 320 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0997971797
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Omnium Gatherum; 1 edition (September 22, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 22, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074WHF8B1
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Johnny Worthen sneaks into our minds to choke out, if only for a moment, the faithful marriage of Christianity and the American soul. And in its place? He sets a sweet temptation against our tongues, a tale of bliss and madness well worth the read, if only we face our fear of it. In the shadows of our journey loom ash and blood as heralds of a new (old?) brand of salvation. Our ears fill with a song calling us to dance with Death herself. Worthen explores a new and distinctly American form of sainthood painted on the lonely highways of our desert desolation.
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Michael Oswald is hitting a mid-life crisis. Life has been going in the wrong direction for a while. He has gone through a divorce and his kids are living in another state with their mom and her new husband. His job is one he despises, and he despises himself for doing it. He no longer has a house, or apartment, preferring to live out of his car and the occasional motel room.
Now he's even losing it mentally, he is experiencing hallucinations and blacking out. We see Michael grasping for something to cling onto, something to help him get grounded. He starts exploring his past to find out who he really is.
Just about everyone goes through a time in their life where they feel lost, and losing. Like Michael, we look for something to ground us. Something to help us get an understanding about who we are and where we come from.
Self-discovery can be a dark path. For some it is darker than others. Science has proven that our brains block out the memories of pain. Then, when we go digging through our thoughts to find what is missing we must deal with it in some manner. Isn't that the idea of going to therapy? After we find what we are looking for, we still have to decide what to do with it. Where we take it into the future.
In What Immortal Hand, Johnny Worthen (a Utah author published by Omnium Gatherum) has created a 300-page journey of discovery with dark twists and turns. A psychological horror story for adults that contemplates those losses we have, the memories we are missing. Then, the inner battle we face when we learn about ourselves.
Join Michael on his dark adventure of discovery. Find out where it leads him. Decide if digging into your past is something you want to do to find out who you are, where you are from, and where you want to go.
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When I started reading What Immortal Hand, I had no idea what to expect. Even now, I couldn't begin to try and put it into a category and find myself at a loss for words when describing it to others. At times it is lovely and heart-breaking and others it is terrifying and gritty. Johnny walks the line between reality and fantasy, reverence and disregard, good and evil, blurring everything together into one profound story that will haunt you for the rest of your life.
Michael Oswald is a tough investigator going down a dark road. A mystery to find a missing person becomes a personal journey as Michael learns about his demons.
The main character is extremely well crafted, the writing is impressive and engaging. The story pulled me into the Nevada badlands at 90 miles an hour. It made me think and wonder, and want to read more. I loved it.
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