Peter Galarneau Jr.'s works include "The Edge of Hell", "The Worms Within Us", "Muldoon's Nursery" and The multi-volume saga "The 2012 Trilogy". He is a professor of public relations with concentrations in writing and media studies at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, West Virginia. He has also authored and reviewed numerous academic publications. He lives with his wife and cats within the comfort of the West Virginia hills.
on Sep. 24, 2013 :
Interesting take on the afterlife, for sure. After cheating on a test, then being shoved off a cliff, Brian (the hero) finds himself on a journey to hell: drifting down the River Styx in an inner tube— meeting some oddball characters along the way (and one particularly goofy cowboy). Some graphic imagery involved here, but nothing too graphic or obscene. A very interesting read (tore through it in two sittings, which for me--at 8,000-plus words—means that this story was hellishly good. Get it?)
(review of free book)