Party Girl Crashes the Rapture (Tenebrous Chronicles)

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When Lorelei suffers a seizure she enters a Technicolor dream world where she meets a pink-eyed little girl named Darby. The little girl has something important to tell Lorelei. Something about a murder. More

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Published by Trash Books
Published: Jan. 26, 2012
Words: 65,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465902245
About M.E. Purfield

M.E Purfield was raised in the Jersey 'burbs. At 18 he moved to Jersey City to attend The School of Visual Arts film program in NYC. He has never returned to the ‘burbs. Since then he’s done some script work for low low low budget films and even directed a few shorts.

Before publishing novels, he has toiled around with many short stories in many genres at many venues until he decided his strengths lie with Young Adult fiction. He wrote three contemporary novels jesus freakz + buddha punx, Breaking Fellini, and Delicate Cutters (due out in 2012). Now he focuses on Noir Fantasy, a genre that brings together hardboiled prose, anti heroes, crime, and dark fantasy.

When not practicing the art of Potty Mouth, he spends his time raising his son, being married, watching horror films, and listening to punk music.

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Review by: Jeani Allen on March 14, 2012 : star star star
This book is different in a sobering way. There is alot of cussing, but they do seem to be how the characters would talk. It basically has a real look at what goes on in the lives of young people who are hooked on drugs and more importantly the reason they are. The answers are all there and it is a very personal expression of how we heal from the past!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Heather Poindexter on March 10, 2012 : star star star star
This is a good read. It invokes the imagination almost from the first page.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: dana nelms on Feb. 26, 2012 : star star star star star
great book!! well written. good story!! very imaginable!! a must read!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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