His prose is beautiful, evoking a knowledge of the lives of the have-nots.
He describes scenes in our everyday life as if they are happening right now. After a few years of university, Jerusalimâ€™s father, a fisherman called Zero, says poetry will not get his son anywhere and throws him out.
Half Muslim, half Jew, Jerusalim battles to find his way with other folk who sell ethnic curios to tourists. His heart bleeds for the elusive and lovely Lotte.
- Cruel Crazy Beautiful World by Troy Blacklaws
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