Sunday, April 22, 2018

Abraham by Daniel Backer - Guest Blogger Book Review

Abraham is the story of an odd love triangle between a monk named Tom, a swashbuckling punk singer named Baby Doll, and you, Abraham. You have a large crack on the back of your head, and you can't remember how it got there. It has been inducing hallucinations and perceptions that you cannot explain. Tom tries to help you get better, but as your hold on reality begins to slip you start to suspect that Tom has evil intentions.

Abraham has music and film components that can be found at

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Jennifer's Review
It was a confusing book for me to read. The author uses the first or third person to narrate the book.
It’s about a guy named Abraham who has a crack in the back of his head and is trying to figure out what happened and how he got to where he was found.
A monk named  Tom and his girlfriend, Baby Doll, are trying to help him, but he has no idea who he is. After Abraham finds the two of them doing something horrifying, he does something to Tom, then something to Baby Doll.
What he does, we don’t know. You have to read this book, but only if you can understand it.
I give it 1 star.

Author Bio
Daniel Backer lives in Los Angeles, California, but he grew up in Blue Springs, Missouri and ripened in Chicago where he became interested in improv and, later, film. But, his love has always been writing. Abraham is his first book, but the second is in the works.

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