Although never mentioned by name, the main character in BEING HUMAN is the narrator. A seemingly learned and wise raconteur who no longer can contain his anger, frustration nor his disappointment in the species for which he is a part. The manifestation of his suffering is BEING HUMAN.
BEING HUMAN is a humorous yet despairing analysis of the trials and tribulations of being. Beginning with an overview of the human belief system, the subject matter quickly explodes into a critical condemnation of human behavior and the trivial and unnecessary suffering experienced in everyday life.
To add a sense of authenticity, BEING HUMAN was written in the language of the street. The author utilizes dysphemisms and expletives to create emphasis, shock value and levity. But underneath it’s humorous facade, the observant reader discovers truth, wisdom and tremendous sadness.
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