An Eye In Shadows: Memoir from a Controversial Mind

Nickolaus Pacione

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An Eye In Shadows: Memoir from a Controversial Mind

An Eye In Shadows Memoir from a Controversial Mind NON FICTION Warning Vulgarity and descriptions of intense fist fights From bullies cyberbullies to yellow journalistic morons who never did their research about the author Pacione compares the writ

  • Title: An Eye In Shadows: Memoir from a Controversial Mind
  • Author: Nickolaus Pacione
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • NON FICTION Warning Vulgarity and descriptions of intense fist fights.From bullies, cyberbullies, to yellow journalistic morons who never did their research about the author, Pacione compares the writing industry to the politics of high schoolers and tell his story about dealing with impossible people in the business.A look at an underground mindset, from a pair of eyeNON FICTION Warning Vulgarity and descriptions of intense fist fights.From bullies, cyberbullies, to yellow journalistic morons who never did their research about the author, Pacione compares the writing industry to the politics of high schoolers and tell his story about dealing with impossible people in the business.A look at an underground mindset, from a pair of eyes that are some of the most unsettling in the business.

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    One thought on “An Eye In Shadows: Memoir from a Controversial Mind

    1. Anne Hanks on said:

      I did not like this at all. I thought is was extremely poorly written. Too many typos to even count, run-on sentences, and numerous other grammatical errors. I found the thing to ramble on and on about things that either didn't have anything to do with one another, or just out right didn't make sense. I don't recommend this book

    2. Manny on said:

      The only controversy is calling this a book. I've seen better products in my autistic brother's arts and crafts class. The writing borders on illiteracy, the editing is non existent, and the cover-well I've seen full diapers that look better.

    3. Shadowtron on said:

      Pacione writes this book as if he is a celebrity, and that the entire world of Joliet, Il is interested in reading about his teen years. He has no audience and, hence, no market for this type of book. Add his reputation as a woefully bad writer and a generally nasty individual, and it's easy to uncover why he's only sold a single copy. I was reading the book's disclaimer recently and found a very telling line: “If you are going to e-mail me about proper grammar with this book – go to hell, d [...]

    4. Arthur Nonny Mouse on said:

      A memoir of a young repressed homosexual and the treatment he received in high school and later life. The self-loathing the central character feels for himself is strikingly displayed in an ambitious gambit by the writer. Making a narrator this dislikable can be a real turn off to the readership. However, the writer's depiction of a mentally subnormal functionally illiterate imbecile is so accurate you'd think the author himself was a mentally subnormal functionally illiterate imbecile. This is [...]

    5. Val on said:

      Once again, this is an "author" to AVOID. This is really just a couple hundred pages of a man in his mid-thirties whining about being a nerd in middle school. The writing is terrible as usual. He just rambles on and on and on about the same things over and over again. Honestly Mr. Pacione, it is time to grow up and get over it. You need to try and work on your grammar and writing instead of obsessing about things that happened over twenty years ago.

    6. Melany on said:

      Don't buy this book it's a waste of money. The author is a classless, penniless, nasty piece of work with the mentality of a 5 year old who needs his mouth washed out with soap and to get a real job.

    7. R.L. Baupader on said:

      I tried to read this. I really did. There are so many grammatical and spelling errors within the covers I just about had an aneurism trying to decipher what the author was writing about. The content is worth -2 stars. The cover however is fabulous and worth 4 stars!

    8. K.K. on said:

      This is Pacione's version of THE CHOCOLATE WAR, and it's pretty courageous to rip open old wounds the way he has. While America loves to chant "Our Children Are Perfect Little Angels", in reality they can also be petty and brutal, so AN EYE IN SHADOWS is a memoir a lot of people should be able to relate to. All kinds of people are bullied growing up, and they shouldn't be fact, authorities are only looking into bullying NOW, after Columbine and similar rampages.The problem with AN EYE IN SHADOWS [...]

    9. Colum Mcknight on said:

      This book. It's just the worst. I bought it to see what the whole idea was behind this author but it's just so poorly written. Couldn't even read the whole way through. Sad.

    10. Michael on said:

      "I was wanting to grab their milk and urinate in it or take a shit in their lunch."

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