Crack Falling

Crack Falling With a violent and abusive past Flint Klemens lives on the fringes of society and within a sliver of his sanity He s compromised by a corrupt Attorney General drug pushers and businessmen who try th

  • Title: Crack Falling
  • Author: T.J.Clark Ernest M. Hunter Paul C. Summerfield
  • ISBN: 9780994266071
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback
  • With a violent and abusive past, Flint Klemens lives on the fringes of society and within a sliver of his sanity He s compromised by a corrupt Attorney General, drug pushers and businessmen who try their best to sideline him for speaking out By chance he meets Gwennie, and they move interstate to start anew, only to find themselves caught in a web of corruption and vice.With a violent and abusive past, Flint Klemens lives on the fringes of society and within a sliver of his sanity He s compromised by a corrupt Attorney General, drug pushers and businessmen who try their best to sideline him for speaking out By chance he meets Gwennie, and they move interstate to start anew, only to find themselves caught in a web of corruption and vice Gwennie disappears and Flint s left to deal with his psychotic mind He is taunted by his enemies who, he discovers, are closely linked than ever before.Artwork and illustrations by Paul Summerfield.Foreword by Ernest Hunter

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    1. This book was not what I thought it would be but enjoyed reading it just the same. I found that once I got reading it I found it was a wonderful story. This story with its ups and Downs as like in life you can never say what's round the corner. This book is well deserved your time for reading and I would be very happy to recommend this wonderful book to my friends. My thanks to the author T.J. Clark for this wonderful gift so to all happy reading from wee me. Xx,

    2. I loved this book ! It's refreshingly different to most mainstream crime/thriller fiction as it steers well clear of stereotypes and predictable commercial formula most crime novels follow. It had plenty of action and genuine characters, and it takes a good hard look at real life for those on the edge of modern Australian society. A unique combination of a very real look at a man's daily personal struggle for self-improvement whilst facing mental illness and enemies that chase hard, making for a [...]

    3. I loved this book!I read it in an afternoon, I didnt want to put it down i didnt! It is energetic, colourful and interesting, funny, witty, silly, smart, and gathers you along in a whirly wind until you reach then end. Satisfying. I'd say it was fun to read. Thanks Trev J ClarkGiddy Up!

    4. Loved it! Crack Falling is a great read. I loved the main characters Flint and Gwennie. The book is honest and personal and provides a rare insight into how mental illness weaves itself into every aspect of a person's life. Even though I have finished the book I still find myself thinking about Flint's life and hope that T.J Clark has more adventures installed for us in the future.

    5. Crack Falling was recommended to me and is different to my usual choice of reading. However, once started I was reluctant to put it down. I laughed, cried, yelled "NOOO" a couple of times.It was an interesting perspective on a life I knew existed but have no experience in or of and made me think outside the square. Thank you Trev J Clark for making me open my eyes.

    6. I won this in a First Reads Giveaway. Thank You!I enjoyed it. I could practically feel the madness seeping from his mind. The drugs, begin on the Dole, and all the other little problems that amassed into this being called Flint Klemens. I'm glad he met Gwennie, if he hadn't I think he would be so much worse.

    7. An insightful glimpse into the mind of a young man struggling with schizophrenia, a very confronting but amazing read.

    8. I just received my book yesterday late in the day. I look forward to start reading this week-end.Thank You,charlotte

    9. I read Crack Falling in two sittings, but was so drawn in I could have happily stayed up and read it in a night. Certainly a must-read for anyone familiar with Brisbane in the early nineties, you can visualise the landmarks clearly and there is a certain tempo and vibe that is unmistakably connected with that period and place. Flint and Gwennie are easy to empathise with and like - you are genuinely wish them a hand up.It's an inspiring story of perseverance, survival and the search for a better [...]

    10. Original and easy to read.Flint has left the family house pretty young. Since then, he tries to find himself, but is overwhelmed by voices and his past. When everything seems to get better, he will fall back in his old patterns.Homeless, drug addict, mental disorder, aggressive, Flint has a lot to deal with. I really enjoyed my reading, it's realistic and yet original. You will feel the difficulties Flint has to go true. You will fill empathy and sometimes anger. But, who know if it will not fin [...]

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