Far from Eleven 1: the Post-Casey World

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Part-Bret Eaton Ellis, part-Hunter S. Thompson, Peter-James Dries’ account of the high life is a story about sex, lust, love, drugs, boobs, rock, cock, shock, horror, drums, guns, gats, rats, groupies, puking, drunk Russians, fried chicken and psychology. More
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Words: 22,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466183100
About Peter-James Dries

Peter-James Dries was born in 1985 and, after attending thirteen schools, finally settled in Palmerston North, graduating from Massey University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 2011. Experimenting with writing since a young age, Far from Eleven, part one of the Eleven trilogy, is his first published fiction. His previous work has included reviews for records and gigs for the muzic.net.nz website and newsletters.
As well as a writer, Peter-James Dries also records, produces and performs music in his band [Amos/Anon], which has achieved a small level of notoriety in the underground music circuit.

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Review by: Ben Campbell on Jan. 27, 2012 :
Forget the wonky formating, start dialog and uneven syntax, this story is funny, funny as in laugh out loud. It's a balancing act of daily emotions and activities and I'd compare it to the Brit TV comedy "The Young Ones" from decades back. Upload this and take an entertaining side-trip into the lives of itchy personalities.
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