disturbing books, literary fiction, horror, unsettling, character driven
Set in the war-torn and poverty-stricken area of Jeddah the Residence daily struggle is a nightmare they hope will one day find an end. And while the agony is relentless, this troubled tale of The Woebegones follows Aleasha. A nurse whose commitment to the wounded is faultless but it's her deep fascination with death and morbidity that allows her striking personality to come alive.
But once at the summit of her contentment a tragedy snatches at Aleasha’s heart causing her focus to be outraged by a crime that ruins her family. One that is perverse and has Aleasha clasped in such an unlawful and unforgivable state as she is forced to face the universal storms of her individuality, her role as a mother and of course the examination of life when horror is faced.
The Author resides in Devon, Cornwall.
Inspired greatly by Cormac McCarthy, William Peter Blatty, Richard Matheson, Terrence Malick and James Cameron.
A. Noel Biddy ambitiously wants to create inspiring and stimulating art pieces across many platforms and create dramatic, riveting and original stories that are not only timeless but are driven by compelling characters who have fascinating philosophies, surreal behaviours and are defined by contemplated outcomes that are either explicit or touching.
Format : paperback
Page Count : 204