When Heaven And Hell Became Best Friends

When Heaven And Hell Became Best Friends

Richard Pérez / May 07, 2021

When Heaven And Hell Became Best Friends This is a debut poetry book written by Richard Perez He is an early bird when it comes to the topics of love animosity and equality Many have read poems of him before and just fell in love with the

  • Title: When Heaven And Hell Became Best Friends
  • Author: Richard Pérez
  • ISBN: 9781329030961
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is a debut poetry book written by Richard Perez He is an early bird when it comes to the topics of love, animosity, and equality Many have read poems of him before and just fell in love with the way he viewed the world with such infantile eyes Now take part of what this young poet bestows to the world of poetry and prose, and what might be the next great coming of This is a debut poetry book written by Richard Perez He is an early bird when it comes to the topics of love, animosity, and equality Many have read poems of him before and just fell in love with the way he viewed the world with such infantile eyes Now take part of what this young poet bestows to the world of poetry and prose, and what might be the next great coming of age author of the written word.

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      • Richard Pérez

        Initially published small literary magazines, Richard Perez has also written for The New York Times a newspaper he doesn t read His first novel, The Losers Club aka The Losers Club Complete Restored Edition has three foreign translations to date Korean, Turkish, Italian PERMANENT OBSCURITY or a Cautionary Tale of Two Girls and Their Misadventures with Drugs, Pornography, and Death his second novel also reflects his infatuation with bohemia and willful nonconformists.


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