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Author E. N. De Choudens receives killer reviews
The reviews are in for E. N. De Choudens’s debut work of horror-poetry and narrative, A Quick Look to an Insane Mind, and they are exceptional!
From the United Kingdom comes the following:
“ . . . E.N. De Choudens’s debut collection is a complex gathering of poems and haiku revolving around themes of loss, insanity and dread. Ranging from the cold depths of the asylum to the colder depths of endless space, this collection contains a variety of poems designed to both stir the heart and send a chill down the spine.
A beautiful collection . . . this book is more than worth your patronage.”
~ Jacob Milnestein – Psychopomp Quarterly Anthology and author of Sophistry- UK
From Terri Leigh Relf, author of The Poet’s Work Shop and Beyond comes this praise for De Choudens.
“. . . What if [the] mind is a stream of consciousness that flows, intact, from one lifetime to the next . . . Meet END, found guilty of heinous crimes and sentenced to an insane asylum . . . Hear END’s confessions. . . . epistolary prose, media reportage, and confessional poetry. . . [In] A Quick Look To An Insane Mind, E.N. De Choudens ushers you through the serial incarnations of a supposedly insane individual. But which is more insane—the obsessive-compulsive dynamic of stalker and prey, the forensic system that labels individuals as such, the asylum wardens who deprive the accused, or the inmates themselves . . .?”
Best-Selling, Award-Winning Horror Sinisteria Author, Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc says this:
“A whirling, restless view into a darker mind…A Quick Look To An Insane Mind takes you on a journey into places better left alone…a trip into madness and decay.”
And from Lisa Knight -Artifice Comic in the UK, comes this high praise:
“A fascinating collection of dark poetry exploring the mind of a serial killer. A man judged by law to be mentally ill but not being of the same opinion.”
This remarkable work of fiction that will envelop and chill the reader is a work that is hard to put down. For those fascinated with the dark psychology of a disturbed mind, you can pick up your copy of A Quick Look to an Insane Mind, at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and other fine book retailers and on-line book sellers.
For your own “quick look,” please visit http://www.leopublishing.net/