A Wounded World

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A Wounded World is the story of Normal, a talented young artist who moves in with his grandmother at River Gate; A Living Community for the Terminally Ill. A tragic young man, Normal loses himself in the shadow of death. It is up to Koren Shaw, a pretty and popular girl, rising above the shallow view of her world, to teach Normal that there can be life after death. More

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Words: 107,580
Language: English
ISBN: 9780989480727
About Crit Kincaid

Crit Kincaid is the author of A Wounded World, self-published under his personal imprint A Work Day World. He was born and raised in Tucson, AZ, and a graduate of the University of Arizona where he studied theater, film and finally creative writing. After 25 years of living and working to survive in A Work Day World, where there are no more patrons for artists, he finally found his voice again and his debut novel, A Wounded World is that shout in the wilderness.


Review by: Cheri Bauer on July 14, 2014 :
This book deserves more than a simple recommendation, or bland "Get this book" review. Crit Kincaid has not written a great book - he has created depth, insight, and opened up a hidden world that few lucky readers will ever experience. I have asked my local library to stock this book. Not only because of the book being an important teaching tool that I think people should be exposed to for a profound experience in their own growth, but also for the emotional depth and raw passion that pulls people together. Truly, this book made me want to be a less guarded writer - Crit really provided me with a tool to step more boldly into my own creative expression. Thank you for the many gifts which this book gave to me [personally] Crit!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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