Quotes from book reviewer: Mari Carlson
The book’s chapters plunge into topics that range from theological to psychological to political, all following Tuccitto’s quest to answer the neverending question, “why?”
Throughout, repeated phrases about compromise, God’s forgiveness, love, and joy reiterate the book’s notion that people can option out of the contentiousness that controversial topics incite.
Tuccitto has conversations with Muse, Vanity, and other nemeses, showing how they can entice people away from God.
My full book review can be found at Foreward Clarion Review
A word is worth a thousand pictures-a contrary view, in this book I did accrue. I withdrew from the life that promised value. I'll speak till my breath robs my eyes of their hue. In search for answers that you already knew, you are alone; we stand together. Culture of one, your heart weighs more than a feather.
Beat your head against my words. Scrape that mental plaque. Wander from the herd. Chemistry is a dancing flight of tulips, glistening dewy light. We are alone together. Cut the cord; release the tether. You're looking for a home, a shell, a belly, a cocoon ... a jail made of bone-your mind dancing on a black-tar spoon. Bleach the sky, stain the morrow, hide the moon, blind your shadow. Follow me to yourself. I'm your dynasty; you're my wealth. You're so alone; you have no reflection. You are transparent. I see your heart's pale complexion.
This book will make your mind's eye blink. Come with me; it's safe, I think. Inspiration is a tantric drink. I'll whisper to you through the ink.
You are addicted to achieving the impossible.
Jesus has a sister: the Muse. The Muse is inspiration. The Muse is the result of a compromise made between God and Satan to save Jesus' life (by design). I met the Muse. I almost died. Twice. She gave me brain damage. I want to return the favor. My mythology documents my journey into perdition....
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