Coal: Voices in Los Angeles

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"Coal: Voices in Los Angeles", the first of three books, is a collection of thoughts, ideas, fantasies, experiences and points of view that define experiences in the city. These are attributed to various voices, from which characters are drawn that begin to outline a more vast, city wide experience, revealing perceived truth, chaos, beauty, and mystery. More

Available ebook formats: epub

Words: 19,240
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311191182
About Adam Diaz

Adam Diaz was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, obtaining a BA degree in English Literature, cum laude. He also studied extensively in the visual arts, beginning with a fascination for comic book art and the great masters of painting, to contemporary treatments of graphics, fine art and narrative suggestion. The "Coal" series is a culmination of his poetic and visual expression.

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Review by: Una Schembri on Oct. 12, 2015 :
"Voices in Los Angeles" at first seems to be a collection of random stories using dreams, thoughts and experiences by one somewhat troubled person, maybe the author. As one progresses through the book we discover there are different characters developing each with there own dreams (troubled or otherwise) and fears. I found this book cleverly written with thought provoking concepts and ideas "we set up systems that often fail - at crucial moments, that fall apart.” A great read that keeps you thinking.
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