The Cycle of Ramon

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Sometimes letting go just isn't possible... at least not without help from the other side. The eerily weeping heavens combine with the sea and a departed love to ease the burden of the one who has been left behind. If you've enjoyed the works of Gabriel García Márquez and Isabel Allende, you'll enjoy these Stories from the Cantina. More

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Published by FrostProof 808
Words: 5,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458148575
About Gervasio Arrancado

Gervasio Arrancado (the magic-realism writing persona of Harvey Stanbrough) was born in a small shack in Mexico and raised in the orphanage at Agua Idelfonso, several kilometers, give or take a few, from the fictional fishing village of Agua Rocosa. He is fortunate to have made the acquaintance of Augustus McCrae, Hub and Garth McCann, El Mariachi, Forest Gump, The Bride (Black Mamba), Agents J and K, a very old man with enormous wings, Juan-Carlos Salazár, Maldito, the chupacabra and several other notables. The most interesting man in America is his third cousin, twice removed. Gervasio visits regularly with his friend Nick Porter, whom he fondly calls Paco (nobody knows why, but we’re all certain he has his reasons), and with Juan-Carlos Salazár, whom he calls his colaborador in all things literary. To this day he lives and writes at that place on the horizon where reality just folds into imagination.

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Review by: Kenneth Flowers on June 08, 2011 : (no rating)
The author has the gift of making the narrative visual - more like watching a movie than reading words. The story is most likely true, and very well written.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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