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Book One in the Mad Days of Me, trilogy

Trapped in the streets of Barcelona after falling victim to a heinous crime, without a passport or money, patience is Rudy’s only hope to make it out alive. Plunged into a world of street-dwelling derelicts in a city whose language he does not speak, struggling to maintain his decency and humanity while fighting off the ravages of slow starvation, patience proves to be an exhausting path. This is a story of human spirit in the face of the odds of survival stacked against him. This is a story of humanity’s worst nemesis – itself. It is the side of Barcelona you will not find in any tourist guide.

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Book Two in the Mad Days of Me, trilogy

Astray on an unfamiliar island following his unconventional escape from Barcelona, without shelter and abandoned by his companions, an unlikely relationship becomes Rudy's only hope to settle down. Plunged into a world of uncontested authority, former lovers, and a past as perverted as his own, struggling to reconcile with his own mistakes, hope proves to be exhausting to hold on to.

This is a story of human spirit in the face of the impossible. This is a story of perseverance, and the power of dreaming. It is a story of hope.  

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Book Three in the Mad Days of Me, trilogy

Inevitably separated from the woman who brought hope back to his life, Rudy leaves for France to seek seasonal employment. This simple journey, however, soon becomes a quest for self-discovery, which takes him through France, Italy, and Austria before he is able to return to Spain. Battling his inner demons as the lies he invented in order to survive close in on him, Rudy's sanity is tested in ways he would never imagine.

This is a story of human spirit. This is a story of perseverance, and the power of love to transcend cultures, borders, and one's own past. It is a story of reconciliation.

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Coffee, Cigarettes, and Murderous Thoughts, the first collection of short stories by Henry Martin, presents an eerie glimpse into the lives of over twenty diverse characters. Spanning many fiction genres—often dark and disturbing—this collection of 26 unrelated stories delves into the disquiet thoughts that lie deep within our consciousness.

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The Silence Before Dawn is an avant-garde collection of 73 poems compiled within five categories:

Relationships: Reflections upon love, fragile feelings, and the pain that comes with loving.

Thoughts: A look into the poet’s soul, where anything goes.

Confessions of a Troubled Soul: Deepest desires and simple reflections, mainly the product of the poet’s twisted mind.

Tickling the Surreal: Welcome to the border of reality . . .
a personal outlook at our surroundings.

The Noise After Sunrise: Revisiting places that touched the poet’s soul, and a look at the brighter side the rising sun reveals.

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