Death Sentences

Death Sentences Death Sentences A Personal Account of Mass MurderPeter Pop Popovich is a year old unemployed glazier anti Semite and white supremacist who is pushed over the edge by his chaotic mother his unresp

  • Title: Death Sentences
  • Author: Michael Zimecki
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Death Sentences A Personal Account of Mass MurderPeter Pop Popovich is a 24 year old unemployed glazier, anti Semite and white supremacist who is pushed over the edge by his chaotic mother, his unresponsive lover, an uncaring stepfather and a right wing hate machine that tells him liberals want to take away his guns and his liberty While he waits to be executed for hiDeath Sentences A Personal Account of Mass MurderPeter Pop Popovich is a 24 year old unemployed glazier, anti Semite and white supremacist who is pushed over the edge by his chaotic mother, his unresponsive lover, an uncaring stepfather and a right wing hate machine that tells him liberals want to take away his guns and his liberty While he waits to be executed for his crimes, Pop squibs sentences, whole paragraphs, a novel about life on Death Row in which he reprises the life that landed him there.Death Sentences is loosely based on an incident in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in April 2009, when a lone gunman, convinced that the government was coming to take away his guns, had a four hour standoff with police This explosive novel, reminiscent of the works of Ed Bunker and Charles Bukowski, is a hellish story from the American underclass, its disenfranchised characters long abandoned by government and society and prone to constant failure and excessive violence Gripping, personal, cruel and hilarious in turn, Death Sentences gets right under your skin.

    One thought on “Death Sentences”

    1. Mr. Zemicki accomplishes the difficult here; he turns a monster into a human being.The writing is top notch. Get it!

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