A Syllabus of Deceit

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Tricks, schemes and cunning abound when Trey, a young American junkie on a foreign students' language course, rolls into town...
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Words: 16,770
Language: English

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Review by: Malcolm Torres on June 26, 2016 :
If you've ever done heroine or spent time with people who do, you understand the attraction, the repulsion or both. This story is jam packed with both . . . the repulsion and the attraction. The two main characters are caught up in a relationship that is at once a wild ride, an addiction, a friendship and at the same time it's full of hate, deceit and loathing for each other and their terrible habit. It's actually funny in many parts the way the author injects (no pun intended lulz) black humor into the dire situation that everyone experiences but these situations become sooooo dire and desperate when drug addiction is involved -- things like keeping your phone charged, getting money from an ATM, backstabbing, using people and being used (letting yourself be used) all in an effort to get what you want and what you need. This story is also fun and interesting because it's set in France which seems to add an element of luxury and danger and humor. The author also plays a bit fast-and-loose with grammar and punctuation to good effect, especially when ramping up the emotion and desperation and hilarity of some of the situations. Overall a good read and looking for more by this talented author.
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