The subject matter of this illustrated novel may at first glance appear dark and bleak, but actually its about relationships and the extremes some people are prepared to go to in order to declare their love. More
Jean Jacque-Louie and the Secret Society of Lost Souls may be set in a dark and dingy world of social pariah but it is, in its own way, a story of passion and uncompromising love. Not that I imagine Jean Jacque-Louie would have thought that at the time, even if he had been given a copy of the book himself to read. As when he was first invited to: 'come along for the evening' by a women even he would have to admit he barely knew, he thought it was just somewhere else to go for a night out. However, the moment he got there and was introduced to all the other members, he very quickly discovered that not only was he unbelievably naive, but that life still had a lot more in store for him than he would have ever previously imagined. Like for instance the opportunity to start a fresh in a new relationship with a woman he really was attracted too, mainly because she gave out that dark, femme fatale, Vampires kind of vibe he'd always had a thing for since his days as a Goth. Not that she was a Vampire, mores the pity, but she really was evil in that 'cruel laugh in your face, I'm doing it for your own good kind of a way', which as it turned out from what he confessed to me later, he was also a sucker for. Though even he, insipid wimp as he was, could only take so much of her spiteful ways before eventually saying: 'I've had enough!' But what was it that she said to him, that made such a placid man like him do what he would have previously thought of as unthinkable. Well that's what his story revolves around, so read the book and find out.
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Born in Romford England in 1963 Attended Bedfords park comprehensive until 1979 Ardleigh Green College 1980 to 1983 Newport College of Art 1983 to 1986 Institute of Education 1995 t0 1996 Lived with parter for 29 years two children