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Read & Download ☆ Drunk on the Moon è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Summary å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Paul D. Brazill Free download Drunk on the Moon Mmoth Book Of Best British Crime His short story collection '13 Shots Of Noir' will be published in 2011 He writes regularly for Pulp Metal Magazine and Mean Streets Magazine His influential blog is You Would Say That Wouldn't Yo Paul Brazil negotiates tricky moonlight rivers of blood Mel Torme AND Dusty Springfield really bad hangovers worse doggy jokes and Tonton Macoute just to name a few of the obstacles between our hero and his next benderwith an ease and grace that one expects from a full Professor of the Midnight University

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Brazill Free download Drunk on the Moon When a full moon fills the night sky P I Roman Dalton becomes a werewolf and prowls the dark streets of the city battling creatures of evil Paul D Brazill's Drunk On The Moon is an intense and hard boiled noir horror series broug I have never done this with a review I mean this is supposed to be my thoughts and feelings on a what I think of someone s written work BUT yesterday I read a review a five star review on that someone put up about Paul D Brazill s Drunk on the Moon It is so amazing I just felt I had to show this to you instead of just popping the link in here it is probably one of the most complete reviews I think I have ever read on there Just intense as well as complimentary here it is in its entirety Les Edgerton Ft Wayne IN Yowza I just bought Paul D Brazill s newest offering DRUNK ON THE MOON a couple of hours ago and read it all the way through my mouth agape on every single pageThere are writers one reads for plot for story for strong characterization for brilliant description for brilliant dialog for all kinds of things I read Mr Brazill for all of those and but the thing I always look for in his work and am always amply rewarded is his writing To wit the way he turns a phrase creates original diginal language and so much gooder than any other writer I know He s the only writer I know who makes his work hard to read on a Kindle Why Because on just about every page I keep dropping it when I can t help myself and clap my hands in delightHere s just a few of the gems that are sprinkled liberally on almost every single pageNausea curdles away inside youthe migraine bright bathroomThe oil slick of nightDetective Ivan Walker flew in out of the storm like a murder of crowsSuddenly a sickly stew of screams and howls clung to the wind and drifted down to my carThe moonlight oozed across The City s dank cobblestones like uicksilverDays bled into weeks which hemorrhaged into months until the winter crept up and smothered the whiskey coloured autumn days with darknessOutside a sharp sliver of moon garroted the coal black skyThe winter moon hung fat and gibbousDark dreams lapped at the shore of my sleep until I awoke drowning in sweatOn the stage partially clad young women slid around like spaghetti on an alcoholic s plateHe rolled the r in grim like it was a chainsaw starting up I mean who writes like that Nobody Nobody but Paul D Brazill As a writer whenever I read one of his stories I feel like the pig who fell into a vat of sour cream Brazill isn t just a writer he s a poet and you can take any of his stories and write a master s thesis on just the language employedAs Emily Dickenson said about the very best of writing It takes the top of my head offIf you re a writer read Brazill at your peril He ll make you want to take your typewriter and go home and learn plumbing Or just blow your brains outIf you re just a reader who loves brilliant writing go right ahead Be prepared to keep yelling out to your roommate Hey You ve got to read thisOver and over I have no other words but wow Under the Knife / Whistleblower yesterday I read a review a five star review on that someone put up about Paul D Brazill s Drunk on the Moon It is so amazing I just felt I had to show this to Warrior Rising (The Esri you instead of just popping the link in here it is probably one of the most complete reviews I think I have ever read on there Just intense as well as complimentary here it is in its entirety Les Edgerton Ft Wayne IN Yowza I just bought Paul D Brazill s newest offering DRUNK ON THE MOON a couple of hours ago and read it all the way through my mouth agape on every single pageThere are writers one reads for plot for story for strong characterization for brilliant description for brilliant dialog for all kinds of things I read Mr Brazill for all of those and but the thing I always look for in his work and am always amply rewarded is his writing To wit the way he turns a phrase creates original diginal language and so much gooder than any other writer I know He s the only writer I know who makes his work hard to read on a Kindle Why Because on just about every page I keep dropping it when I can t help myself and clap my hands in delightHere s just a few of the gems that are sprinkled liberally on almost every single pageNausea curdles away inside Mistress at a Price youthe migraine bright bathroomThe oil slick of nightDetective Ivan Walker flew in out of the storm like a murder of crowsSuddenly a sickly stew of screams and howls clung to the wind and drifted down to my carThe moonlight oozed across The City s dank cobblestones like uicksilverDays bled into weeks which hemorrhaged into months until the winter crept up and smothered the whiskey coloured autumn days with darknessOutside a sharp sliver of moon garroted the coal black skyThe winter moon hung fat and gibbousDark dreams lapped at the shore of my sleep until I awoke drowning in sweatOn the stage partially clad Raintree (Raintree, young women slid around like spaghetti on an alcoholic s plateHe rolled the r in grim like it was a chainsaw starting up I mean who writes like that Nobody Nobody but Paul D Brazill As a writer whenever I read one of his stories I feel like the pig who fell into a vat of sour cream Brazill isn t just a writer he s a poet and The Mediterranean Millionaires Mistress you can take any of his stories and write a master s thesis on just the language employedAs Emily Dickenson said about the very best of writing It takes the top of my head offIf A Millionaire for Cinderella (In Love with the Boss you re a writer read Brazill at Tame A Wild Stallion your peril He ll make Daddy By Choice you want to take Stealing Kisses your typewriter and go home and learn plumbing Or just blow One Breathless Night / Insatiable your brains outIf Old Flame, New Sparks you re just a reader who loves brilliant writing go right ahead Be prepared to keep Lone Star Baby Bombshell yelling out 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Read & Download ☆ Drunk on the Moon è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Summary å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Paul D. Brazill Free download Drunk on the Moon Ht to you by some of the finest dark fiction writers around Spinetingler Award nominee Paul D Brazill was born in England and lives in Poland His writing has appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies including the 2011 Ma This series opener is by another fellow Trestle Press author and my copy was provided free by the publisher Being an avid fan of the fiction of the supernatural my interest in the concept was naturally piued right away since it s one of the original takes on the genre to come down the pike in my long experience Of course it s not without literary antecedents some of which Brazill may have read and been influenced by Like the protagonist of PN Elrod s Vampire Files series Roman Dalton is a detective with a supernatural curse though in his case it s lycanthropy Brazill s take on the werewolf motif resembles Anthony Boucher s in that his werewolf isn t evil just because of his condition and doesn t become a blood crazed indiscriminate killer when he turns but in his wolf man state he does have a craving for human flesh that reuires strength to resist and which can get out of control His take is otherwise pretty traditional Dalton only turns during the period when the moon is full or nearly full and can be killed by silver Like the typical werewolves of the classic 30s horror movies though unlike those of folklore he doesn t completely turn into a wolf but takes on a hybrid form And like Boucher s Fergus O Breen Dalton s detective practice can include cases with than a touch of the weirdThat said Brazill s literary vision and style are all his own He s clearly in love with the possibilities of language and uses it with mastery his prose is similie and metaphor rich even darkly poetic at times His real distinctive though is a complete wedding of the supernatural elements to a full blown noir vision dark cynical and existentially pessimistic and permeating every nook and cranny of his world His main setting is an unnamed city that s as rife with vice and menace as Femme Noir s Port Nocturne All the familiar noir tropes are here a self pitying emotionally wounded booze drenched ex cop detective the series title is an adjective clause meaning the hero is inebriated periodically by the baleful effect of the moon not as I initially assumed that he s a drunk in an SF lunar colony but he does drink a LOT the mysterious and sexy temptress who has her own agenda that s probably trouble for the protagonist ruthless and feuding crime bosses cops who don t always play by the rules violent action triumphs that are ambiguous at best But here they re also throughly blended with supernatural elements which even pull me in as a reader who s not on the whole a real fan of noirThis initial installment of the series isn t a single connected story it s a series of several vignettes one of which shows how Dalton then still a cop became a werewolf If I d have one criticism it would be that the ending of the last one felt a little rushed and left one major element unresolved though it would reuire a spoiler to explain that further But I m definitely hooked for the further installments of the series which are written several are on sale already by other writers Brazil intends this to become a literary franchise where various authors can develop the characters and world fully I m eager to see the further unfolding of the saga A Tangled Affair (The Pearl House you by some of the finest dark fiction writers around Spinetingler Award nominee Paul D Brazill was born in England and lives in Poland His writing has appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies including the 2011 Ma This series opener is by another fellow Trestle Press author and my copy was provided free by the publisher Being an avid fan of the fiction of the supernatural my interest in the concept was naturally piued right away since it s one of the original takes on the genre to come down the pike in my long experience Of course it s not without literary antecedents some of which Brazill may have read and been influenced by Like the protagonist of PN Elrod s Vampire Files series Roman Dalton is a detective with a supernatural curse though in his case it s lycanthropy Brazill s take on the werewolf motif resembles Anthony Boucher s in that his werewolf isn t evil just because of his condition and doesn t become a blood crazed indiscriminate killer when he turns but in his wolf man state he does have a craving for human flesh that reuires strength to resist and which can get out of control His take is otherwise pretty traditional Dalton only turns during the period when the moon is full or nearly full and can be killed by silver Like the typical werewolves of the classic 30s horror movies though unlike those of folklore he doesn t completely turn into a wolf but takes on a hybrid form And like Boucher s Fergus O Breen Dalton s detective practice can include cases with than a touch of the weirdThat said Brazill s literary vision and style are all his own He s clearly in love with the possibilities of language and uses it with mastery his prose is similie and metaphor rich even darkly poetic at times His real distinctive though is a complete wedding of the supernatural elements to a full blown noir vision dark cynical and existentially pessimistic and permeating every nook and cranny of his world His main setting is an unnamed city that s as rife with vice and menace as Femme Noir s Port Nocturne All the familiar noir tropes are here a self pitying emotionally wounded booze drenched ex cop detective the series title is an adjective clause meaning the hero is inebriated periodically by the baleful effect of the moon not as I initially assumed that he s a drunk in an SF lunar colony but he does drink a LOT the mysterious and sexy temptress who has her own agenda that s probably trouble for the protagonist ruthless and feuding crime bosses cops who don t always play by the rules violent action triumphs that are ambiguous at best But here they re also throughly blended with supernatural elements which even pull me in as a reader who s not on the whole a real fan of noirThis initial installment of the series isn t a single connected story it s a series of several vignettes one of which shows how Dalton then still a cop became a werewolf If I d have one criticism it would be that the ending of the last one felt a little rushed and left one major element unresolved though it would reuire a spoiler to explain that further But I m definitely hooked for the further installments of the series which are written several are on sale already by other writers Brazil intends this to become a literary franchise where various authors can develop the characters and world fully I m eager to see the further unfolding of the saga