"The old script was wearing thin."Killswitch throws its readers into the shoes and behind the eyes of David, a young man struggling with his own identity and stumbling in a dream like trance through a world that makes no sense to him. He tries to lead his tight-knit group of friends to safety but meets with constant frustration, perpetually loosing ground to the more powerful forces of established authority, physical afflictions, and the pressures of time itself.A passionately written work, harshly jaded and endearingly optimistic at the same time, Killswitch is a rich and complex character novel that paints a picture of a generation trapped within its own self destructive cycles, giving voice to its desperate cry. "I stopped for a second just to stop, just to stand there and breathe and I wondered why everything couldn't be like that, why everything couldn't have that same intangible beauty that's impossible to explain but at the same time the culmination of everything that I have ever known that is good."
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Carl Fuerst was born in 1979. After what many consider a bitter and mediocore rise he somehow managed to secure a position in the Hayward Veteran's Guild, a position which he abuses to this day.
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