Travel far enough along the journey of life and you may find yourself...but travel too far and you may lose yourself forever. That is the discovery one young man, known only as Ginger, makes when his own voyage through life seems to take him a bridge too far...and finds Hell waiting on the other side. Fresh from the mind-bending mis-adventures of being forced to relive the memories of the 'dark ages' of his childhood, volume two finds Ginger seemingly dead, killed by the memory of his tyrannical stepfather. But the beauty of being in the middle of a psychotic episode is that nothing is ever quite as it seems...or is it? Or IS it? For at the end of your first life lies the start of your second...and the Land of the Long White Cloud. Based on 95% fact and 5% absolute fictional bollocks, when you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable...will be the contents of this book.
Currently an English Teacher in South Korea, the idea for 'A Ginger's Tale' crawled out from beneath the shadow of a nervous breakdown I was in the middle of participating in a few years ago at the tender age of almost 31. Thus, the psychiatrist's couch was avoided in favour of literary therapy in the form of the Ginger's Tale trilogy you may or may not end up reading.