UNTETHERED: AUTHOR’S NOTE

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INTRODUCTION John Bowie’s ‘UNTETHERED’ starts like a Jean Paul Sartre existentialist quandary (e.g Nausea), and an all too familiar kind of laughable bleak drunken madness, like found in John’s favourite film; the cult classic film ‘Withnail & I’. This madness evolves quickly and intimately involving the reader into a hard-boiled P.I case, and a struggling …

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