Damaged People: Tales of the Gothic-Punk

Karl R. de Mesa

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Damaged People: Tales of the Gothic-Punk

Damaged People Tales of the Gothic Punk Ghosts monsters the hearts of men welcome to their underworld A land covered by the umbra of gothic darkness populated by the tragically hip dancing to a brutal soundtrack Damaged People Tales of

  • Title: Damaged People: Tales of the Gothic-Punk
  • Author: Karl R. de Mesa
  • ISBN: 9789715425049
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ghosts, monsters, the hearts of men welcome to their underworld A land covered by the umbra of gothic darkness, populated by the tragically hip, dancing to a brutal soundtrack Damaged People Tales of the Gothic Punk collects the short stories that garnered De Mesa a cult following Written in a cross between the fury of a heat wave and cold sincerity, this book gatherGhosts, monsters, the hearts of men welcome to their underworld A land covered by the umbra of gothic darkness, populated by the tragically hip, dancing to a brutal soundtrack Damaged People Tales of the Gothic Punk collects the short stories that garnered De Mesa a cult following Written in a cross between the fury of a heat wave and cold sincerity, this book gathers Manila s wretched, fragile, dead and damaged into one incandescent book This enhanced version contains the original soundtracks Isabel, the Damaged by The Late Isabel and Heartbeat by Names are for Tombstones to create a unique sensory experience.

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    One thought on “Damaged People: Tales of the Gothic-Punk

    1. D on said:

      Lovely imagery, some really good plot twists. Hated the language (big words =/= good atmosphere sorry. Sometimes, the best way to get to the reader's minds and stick there like a burr is to use normal everyday words when describing the most awesome/horrific thing), narrative and some characters sound pretentious sometimes, could not give this three stars because seriously. You can do better than this, man.Also, this is a small point but really bugged me: author described ALL the pretty girls as [...]

    2. Edmon on said:

      "Karl de Mesa's stories are demented and disturbing, but not far from reality. Reading this book reminds me of some Alfred Hitchcock's stories in "Twilight Zone"."

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