All the works of author and poet Luke Andreski are now on sale at half price, both on Amazon and www.lukeandreski.com!
So try out:
A novel that that explores bipolar disorder, cult brainwashing and the philosophy of the eco-apocalypse – whilst introducing not just one new messiah but two. (www.GreenMessiah.com)
Now We Are Green
A fictionalised account of the life of William Tarkovsky, seeing the birth of his philosophy and the continuing rise of the New Creationist movement through the eyes of his daughter. (www.NowWeAreGreen.com)
The Book of New Creation
Philosophy from the eco-philosopher and internet activist William Tarkovsky. Can life on Earth survive without it? (www.TheBookofNewCreation.com)
A Green Philosophy
The internet postings of environmental philosopher William Tarkovsky compiled within a single volume. With photography by Eve Andreski. (www.AGreenPhilosophy.net)
To The Bridge
Michael Leap’s search for redemption after the breakdown of his marriage. A novel about love, dysfunction and the consolations of beauty. (www.ToTheBridge.info)
The ruthlessness of reality television unveiled. TV producer Tom Green acts upon a dangerous hunch. (www.HunchTheNovel.com)
In a future-medieval empire whose economy depends entirely on fish will Swog win favour on account of his enormously long tongue? A tale about appetite, loyalty and masculine love. Tolkien meets Roald Dahl. (www.SwogsTongue.com)
A stirring defence of onanism from the wonderful German professor Leo P. Strong. Translated with energy and verve byLuke Andreski. (www.PortnoysDefence.com)
Speaking in a monotone
Poetry for the conflicted, exploring emotion, repetition and absurdity. Includes the poems ‘What we are not’, ‘Ebb’ and ‘Darwin’. Not for children or those of a frail disposition. (www.SpeakingInAMonotone.com)
Being Left Behind
Poetry about loneliness, loss and being left behind. Includes the poems ‘Orphan’, ‘Touch me’ and ‘The Pit’. (www.BeingLeftBehind.com)
Stories from the outskirts of my mind
Speculative fiction from this highly unstable and controversial author. According to one reader, ‘to know him is to love him – but to love him is to embrace everlasting doubt’. Only available from www.TheOutskirtsOfMyMind.com.
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