An Ordinary Man In An Ordinary World

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
I have seen more in 41 years of life than some people would see in many lifetimes. I have lived and loved hurt and suffered. My father was an alcoholic, but I never stopped loving him. This is the story of a messed up childhood, and Micheal Jackson thought he had it bad? No chance. I witnessed, death, rape torture, fighting, hatred and suffered at the hands of bullies. This is my true story
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About Martin McGregor

I am 48 years old and a U.K. based author. I write poetry, short horror stories, true murder accounts and horror novellas. I am also the author of the Ellie Caitlin sci-fi trilogy for children. Find me on facebook at the martin mcgregor author fanpage. I am also the proud owner of Marlebond Publishing Ltd, currently seeking submissions for ebook publishing from all sources and genres.

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Review by: Heidi Carlyle on March 7, 2016 :
I couldn't put it down, it was great, but so sad . I felt like I was there through it all! Knowing second hand about alcoholism it hit hard! Can't wait to read more of Martins books!
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Review by: Patrick Howden on March 28, 2013 :
Loved it! I couldn't put the book down for long. The story is fast paced and very entertaining. At times I was laughing and at other times close to tears. Well done to the author!
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Review by: nigel richards on July 11, 2011 :
cracking read martin you spoke from the heart with total honestly, it made me laugh and admit i was in floods of tears as well. i'm proud to know you.
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Review by: Erin Lee on Nov. 10, 2010 :
A nice, quick read. The author's honesty is wonderful in this book - very refreshing. The parellels between him and his father are also eye opening. I wish there had been more of those more clearly drawn, though. I look forward to reading a "part two" of sorts where we can find out what really happened with K and Owen. Very easy to read and something I didn't want to put down. Having experience living with an alcoholic myself, I could certainly relate to much of this. Best of luck to the author and his family!
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