About the Book
Songwriter Noel Gallagher once wrote "While we're living, the dreams we have as children fade away". But what if nightmares live forever? In "A History In The Shade", something lives from the idyllic childhood of a Long Island boy. Perhaps, arguably, only in the mind. Real or not, that something grows. As this deeply rooted tale unravels, one can't help grow suspicious. What is bent, what is broken and what is truly buried. Illusion meets delusion in this sobering prose of personified madness. A haunting one hundred proof trip spun like pieces from Gallagher himself. Indeed, some might say definitely maybe a winding road well worth walking. That is, if you dare to take a blinding look back into age-old anger.