Tales From The Sewer: Someone had to look with love our most miserable side
Louise Simpson Phillips, author
They say, "Misery loves Company," hard to believe in that adage when today we're all too busy hiding our miseries. This book gives us back the freedom to look at our flaws through a magnifying glass. By presenting authentic, raw, and unabridged stories, you will be able to connect with the most imperfect version of yourself, but at the same time the most humanly one. You will be in a privileged position to peer into the brains of the protagonists and understand each of their unfortunate life decisions. Through their experiences you will be confronted with the issues that have defined their lives, without a chance to confess, unless they had been unmasked by malicious gossip. Accompany these anonymous antiheroes in their revenge, cowardice, incest, and shamefulness. You’ll have the satisfaction of judging and empathizing with their stories, of course that depends on how each one of them awakens your own misery.