Ryan Bracha Paul D. Brazill Gerard Brennan Les Edgerton Craig Furchtenicht Richard Godwin Allen Miles Keith Nixon
Twelve Mad Men
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Twelve Mad Men Ryan Bracha Paul D. Brazill Gerard Brennan Les Edgerton Craig Furchtenicht Richard Godwin Allen Miles Keith Nixon Everybody s here for a reasonAt St David s asylum for the criminally insane there are twelve residents They call us that Not inmates We all have a favourite colour A favourite member of staff A favourite method of receiving torture for the purposes of science We all have our reasons for being here Our stories Our tales Why don t you come and hear them TwelveEverybody s here for a reasonAt St David s asylum for the criminally insane there are twelve residents They call us that Not inmates We all have a favourite colour A favourite member of staff A favourite method of receiving torture for the purposes of science We all have our reasons for being here Our stories Our tales Why don t you come and hear them Twelve Mad Men is a groundbreaking literary collaboration A novel which has a series of stories woven into the narrative, and featuring the finest independent authors from across the globe The number one best selling author of Strangers Are Just Friends You Haven t Killed Yet and Paul Carter is a Dead Man, Ryan Bracha, voices the narrator as he embarks upon his first shift as a night guard at St David s, and as he meets the residents there, it soon becomes apparent that there s something very wrong in the water The phenomenally talented writers involved in this innovative and ambitious project are Paul D Brazill Guns of Brixton, A Case of Noir Gerard Brennan Fireproof, Wee Rockets Les Edgerton The Bitch, The Rapist Craig Furchtenicht Dimebag Bandits, Night Speed Zero Richard Godwin Mr Glamour, One Lost Summer, Apostle Rising Allen Miles 18 Days, This is How You Disappear Keith Nixon The Fix, The Eagle s Shadow Darren Sant Tales From The Longcroft, The Bank Manager and The Bum Gareth Spark Black Rain, Shotgun Honey Martin Stanley The Gamblers, The Hunters Mark Wilson dEaDINBURGH, Head Boy And narrated by Ryan Bracha Paul Carter is a Dead Man, Strangers are Just Friends You Haven t Killed Yet. Twelve Mad Men Everybody s here for a reasonAt St David s asylum for the criminally insane there are twelve residents They call us that Not inmates We all have a favourite colour A favourite member of staff A favour
  • Title: Twelve Mad Men
  • Author: Ryan Bracha Paul D. Brazill Gerard Brennan Les Edgerton Craig Furchtenicht Richard Godwin Allen Miles Keith Nixon
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  • Page: 174
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Twelve Mad Men Ryan Bracha Paul D. Brazill Gerard Brennan Les Edgerton Craig Furchtenicht Richard Godwin Allen Miles Keith Nixon

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    1 Blog on “Twelve Mad Men

    1. Donna says:

      Would you murder somebody for playing a Queen record Don t get me wrong, if my neighbours started blasting Taylor Swift through the walls , it would certainly make my flesh tremble But murder And that s why these characters are incarcerated in St David s mental facility, otherwise known as the twisted but genius mind of Ryan Bracha Bracha brought together some of the best Indie writers about to create this brilliant work of fiction Often completely macarbe, often humorous, and at times, very poi [...]

    2. Phil Jones says:

      for those who don t know, 12 mad men is written by 12 different mad exciting authors The book was the brainchild of one of my favourite current writers, Ryan Bracha who also had the insanely difficult task of weaving all 12 stories into order and to create one overriding narrative.The scene is set in an asylum for the criminally insane and the new warden s Benny interactions with the 12 inmates oh no, they re not called inmates they are called residents One by one Benny is forced to speak to and [...]

    3. Shervin Jamali says:

      An entertaining journey into madness these writers are at the top of their games, and I am both excited and honored to be working with many of them on an upcoming project.

    4. Darren Sant says:

      I was proud to be one of the contributors to this outstanding project Ryan Bracha has shown extraordinary vision in creating something so very different that I just had to jump on board Twelve very different takes on the same subject, woven artfully together No one has made fun of the subject matter or treated it with the kind of distain you see in the tabloids on a daily basis This collection of stories has bite, I dare you to bite back

    5. Craig Furchtenicht says:

      Ryan Bracha does a phenomenal job of taking 12 short stories from some of the finest indie talent around the globe and knitting them in to one stellar novel The rapid decline into the dark lives of the residents of St David s comes hard and fast Each mad man tells his tale of how he got there Then the real fun begins A pleasure to work with such talent Read it with the lights on.

    6. Rory Costello says:

      Good concept Good crew Good execution It worked The individual styles stand out yet blend together well There s a twist ending that I didn t see coming it reminds me of another work that I won t mention here because it could be a spoiler.

    7. Kim says:

      What an interesting, weird, occasionally disturbing, very clever book this is.Bracha weaves together twelve tales, written separately by other authors, into a twisted tale of darkness and insanity.Each stand alone tale explaining why an individual is in the hospital for the criminally insane is well written, interesting and often vividly gruesome, but the real magic is how Bracha links them The story he writes around the tales is so clever it is hard to believe the whole book wasn t conceived an [...]

    8. Robert Cowan says:

      The premise of the book is admirably ambitious Simply put, take twelve writers the mad men and get each to produce a short story on how they arrived in a mental institution, then weave these individual tales into an overall narrative My main concern initially was that the stories would be too similar How many ways are there to end up in such a place Thankfully at least twelve seems to be the answer as there is no significant overlap between the tales of woe, gore, and deviancy Similarly, there s [...]

    9. Al says:

      Run off to unless you re there already , click the look inside for this book, and read Ryan Bracha s introduction If the concept appeals to you, the book should, too For the tl dr crowd that s too long didn t read, for the uninitiated , the concept is each of the contributors imagined they were residents at St David s Asylum for the Criminally Insane, and tell the story of how they got there As Bracha says in the introduction, it is a chance for each to showcase their most depraved sides Then Br [...]

    10. S.L. Saboviec says:

      My rating 3.5 of 5 starsThis was a fairly decent book with imaginative stories Each inmate in Saint David s gets his own little space to explain why he s there and not everyone claims that he didn t do it Their crimes are all quite fascinating, from personal revenge to detached revenge to organic malfunction to deranged serial killing.I liked the idea of the overarching story, which had a narrator going door to door, talking to the inmates and descending further into the hell that is the asylum [...]

    11. Alisa Cunningham-Agee says:

      awesome readThis is a book that grabs you at go and keeps you interested all the way to the end Even when you think you know what s happening you turn the page to a new idea A must read and a definite re read I recommend this to all who aren t offended by cursing, sex, blood or down right ass kicking writing.

    12. Ryan Bracha says:

      The men who contributed to this piece of work made me proud You should really look at the book to see what kind of twisted minds there are out there, and then you should look each and every one of their books up straight after, to support the brilliance that they embody Fantastic work.

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