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Autobiography Without Words

Peter Cherches

Publisher: Pelekinesis

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Peter Cherches walks the thin line between memoir and fiction in Autobiography Without Words. We follow the main character, variously known as Pete, Mr. Cherches and Peter Cherches, through the big and small adventures of life, from childhood crimes and punishments to trips to India and Mars. A departure from the cool minimalism of Cherches’ previous collection, Lift Your Right Arm, this book will break your heart, mess with your head and have you rolling on the floor, all at the same time. 
 

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