Burns Well

Biography

Not much is known about this author. Rumor has it that he wrote these books shortly before losing his mind. He now resides in an institution for the criminally insane at an undisclosed location. When he's not writing books, he spends most of his time in a straight jacket.

Books

This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by Burns Well

  • How to Be Free on Feb. 05, 2014

    Pure wisdom. This writer gives a lot of insight into the workings of the mind and the nature of reality. I've read a lot of Osho's work, and this book is in deep agreement and is also a good supplement to that work.
  • The Anti-Christ Psychosis on Feb. 05, 2014

    This book gives some good insight into the phenomenon of mass psychosis. The author also submits his own common-sense interpretation of some of Jesus's teachings. If you believe in the Antichrist, or if you find yourself making 'Antichrist accusations' toward others, read this book to learn why you must find the Antichrist who lives within your own heart. This book is short, but a good read. There is another book by Joe Blow called 'How to Be Free', which I highly recommend to everyone.
  • Materialism Is Masturbation : Essays In Freedom on Feb. 21, 2014

    The title implies a book about materialism, which is the introductory topic, however much more is discussed in this book. I found it to be an excellent continuation of "How to be free". If you liked the first book, you'll want to keep reading.
  • Lucky in Love on March 12, 2014

    This is a wonderful romance story. The whole story seemed very realistic, from the behavior of the characters to the strength and unpredictability of fate. When the characters fall in love, everyone tries to break them apart (including fate itself). But you can never predict how things will turn out in the end. The coin of luck can flip at any time, and you never know when or for how long. Some of the characters exhibited behavior that seemed very cruel, selfish and narrow-minded. But behind that bewildering behavior was rationale that anyone could relate to.
  • Nearly Departed on March 12, 2014

    If you like mystery or enjoy detective novels, you will probably like this book.