Barren: A Novel Between Death and Life

Barren is a powerful and frankly honest novel about life with mental illness. At twenty-six, Everett Little tries to kill himself in a public park, failing by the slimmest of margins, only to wind up fighting for his life against a demonic force. But when this demonic force begins to infiltrate his mind and seize control of his thoughts, his final breakdown begins... More

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About J.T. Marsh

J.T. Marsh was born and raised (mostly) in the metro Vancouver area. He drives a Ford truck and drinks his coffee by the pot, blacker than oil. He's a Teamster, and proud of it. He usually remembers to take his medications. J.T.'s writings deal with working-class themes, such as familial dysfunction, mental health, addiction, poverty, and deviancy.

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