|About the Book|
(excerpts from That He Did Too)[...a brilliant, consummate writer of fast-paced, witty Christopher Nolan-style mind-bending fare, combining the atmospherics of a Stephen King novel with the page-turning suspense of a Patterson thriller, hisMore(excerpts from That He Did Too)[...a brilliant, consummate writer of fast-paced, witty Christopher Nolan-style mind-bending fare, combining the atmospherics of a Stephen King novel with the page-turning suspense of a Patterson thriller, his Nabokovian prose and Joycean constructionism are put to work to spin an imaginative, living, breathing world Harry Potter-esque in its imaginative scope, with elements of dangerous, forbidden romance likely to appeal to Twilight fans.][Our territorial dominance was supreme, by virtue of our strength in numbers and glib display of (juvenile) wit (any other kind wouldnt fly with this spring-breaking crowd, anyhow), the alternation between refusal to kowtow to the fairer sex and desperately exaggerated appeals for their attentions (“Please babygirl, show me some love!”) serving to project an image of playful boyish good time, a sort of we-dont-really-give-a-shit-one-way-or-the-other type of imperturbability that we employed as the next-best alternative to being really good-looking, and amidst this wild display, the other male clans put aside their more serious, and frankly (probably, I mean—I keep forgetting Im not an omniscient narrator), comparatively dull and boring (though, possibly, more effective, if sex is the game) efforts and entreaties for a moment, in order to take in, and point at, and mutter amongst themselves regarding, and laugh at, and laugh with, this show-stopping, riotous, frankly pretty awesome bunch.]What began as an innocent (maybe not so innocent) spring break trip to Cancun Mexico ends...well, like this:Our hero has been captured by a tourist exploitation ring that specializes in sex trafficking, but our wily protagonist (the writer of these words) has convinced his captives that he could better serve them by writing stories and publishing them on-line for profit, pointing to the endless wealth of evidence available on the Internet demonstrating how much of a killing is being made in this nascent industry. They are dubious but curious. After showing his captors the figures and exaggerating his skills a tad, they said to hell with it, why not, and gave Lee a few hours to whip something up to post on-line. Here it is. Buy it. ASAP. You could be saving his life.In a page-turning laugh-out-loud tale of epic drunken debauchery and sinister plots, written in a furious drunken bender comes a desperate plea for your hard-earned dollars. William William is—the Desperate Writer. Desperate Writer series, Episode One: That He Did Too.If you loved movies like Avatar, Star Wars, The Dark Knight, Inglorious Basterds, The Departed, or books like Harry Potter, Twilight, or the works of Stephen King and James Patterson, then youll love that he did too.