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Can Dustin work through his issues and overcome the path God has asked him to travel? Or will Dustin find out the hard way that things can always get worse? Travel with him as he struggles to find happiness in a world that is constantly knocking him down.
James P Hassell's debut with the Faith Series is a chilling look into the modern world, religion, mental health, family, and relationships. He makes a smashing entry that pulls absolutely no punches in this dark comedy filled with heart wrench decisions and razor sharp writing that will leave you begging for more.
If you are a fan of the minimalist style and satire of Chuck Palahniuk and the gritty pulp of Victor Gischler you'll love the world James P Hassell creates.