Cacoethes

Scott Michael Craig Anissa M. Craig

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Cacoethes

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  • Title: Cacoethes
  • Author: Scott Michael Craig Anissa M. Craig
  • ISBN: 9781461006688
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cacoethes Kak oh ee theez Passionate urge or desire.This diverse and vivid collection of fictional short stories and poetry distinctly spans the fervent range of emotions experienced through passion and disappointment, illuminating the complexities of love and friendship.This collection, with many of the pieces broken up and found again throughout the book, is arrangedCacoethes Kak oh ee theez Passionate urge or desire.This diverse and vivid collection of fictional short stories and poetry distinctly spans the fervent range of emotions experienced through passion and disappointment, illuminating the complexities of love and friendship.This collection, with many of the pieces broken up and found again throughout the book, is arranged in a certain order that follows the course of relationships They mostly detail the emotional disarray and desire of men and women in, at, and against love.

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    1. Grady on said:

      M. Scott Craig Takes Us Into OurselvesEncountering a book whose very title requires hitting the dictionary suggests that there should be an 'open with caution' designator on the cover. Not so with M. Scott Craig's intensely innovative and shockingly cogent manner of writing - a book so full of his involvement with the world and the imagination that makes living in it a spectacle. Start with the title: CACOETHES (Medicine / Pathology) 'an uncontrollable urge or desire, especially for something ha [...]

    2. Jacque on said:

      This book was very interesting. It dealt with short stories and poems about passion and disappointment. There were some stories that I really got into while others I really didn’t like as much. None of them were awful, they were just not my favorite.I found the writing style to be interesting. He is a good writer who can pull you in to the stories. He is able to make you really feel with the characters in some of his stories. I found the fact that he would write a poem and then continue it fur [...]

    3. Brian Armstrong on said:

      In Cacoethes, author M. Scott Craig uses his unique blend of poetry and prose to draw the reader into psycho-emotional labyrinth of contemporary thought. Reading this book was like being sucked into the mind of another person and getting hopelessly trapped, watching through a strange pair of eyes as a manic, self-obsessed world passes by. Craig artfully creates metaphor and imagery that weave throughout a quickly paced story, responding prudently to the ravaged attention span of today's culture. [...]

    4. Anissa on said:

      Cacoethes is an emotional firehouse. This book starts off like a creative dream and drew most of my emotions out on my sleeve. I'm not sure I've read something like this, that treated all of my thoughts like valet service. He has created a themed collection that encourages you to want the same experiences felt through the book's relationship ideal. I think his creative writing style and his ability to infuse so much thought into so little words is a well-needed voice in literature.

    5. A. on said:

      Packed with emotions and desiresHowever it was hard for me to connect with the poems and the pros for they seemed too personal.I think only those who lived the experience can relate easily to the contentsIn general, one could sense how the writer enjoyed making this book

    6. Amy on said:

      This interesting collection presented by M. Scott Craig has an ever- present theme of passion coursing throughout the pages. I recommend giving this work a read. I enjoyed many of the selections offered. *** Please note I received this book for free from - First Reads.

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