Paperback Þ Echo Detained MOBI Ú

Paperback Þ Echo Detained MOBI Ú


Echo Detained [KINDLE] ❄ Echo Detained Author Joshua Daniel Cochran – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A satirical black hud tale Echo Detained revolves around Caleb Nell an everyday American who is snatched off the streets after another boring day at his copy shop job and whisked away into the bowels A satirical black hud tale Echo Detained revolves around Caleb Nell an everyday American who is snatched off the streets after another boring day at his copy shop job and whisked away into the bowels of a secreted corporate run prison There he finds himself succumbing to the ludicrous and logical rationale of an extended War on Terror From delicious meals to forced prostate exams to guards that seem to love him as much as hate him Caleb tries to make sense of his newfound facility With only the confused wanderings of his mind interactions with a strange array of guards and doctors and the writings of an off kilter and very dead philosopher Dr Ambrose Delasco Caleb soon comes to terms with not only his own incomprehensible circumstance but the very nature of humanity's collective existence.

  • Paperback
  • Echo Detained
  • Joshua Daniel Cochran
  • English
  • 15 December 2014
  • 9780976420330

About the Author: Joshua Daniel Cochran

A graduate of the University of Arizona and City College of New York my first published short story won the Fred Scott Award way back in More recent publications include Bourbon Penn and The Gathering Darkness anthology from Black Cat Books My second novel The Most Important Memoir Ever Written Ever was released in January Currently I live and write in my hometown of Tucson Ariz.



12 thoughts on “Echo Detained

  1. Alice Robinson Alice Robinson says:

    I found the characters to lack depth and the story line to be murky with the referencing back and forth between Delasco and Echo the detainee I understand what the author was trying to do but did not like the book

  2. Tammy Carlyle Tammy Carlyle says:

    Echo Detained by Joshua Daniel Cochran is a literary masterpiece that can easily be compared to Kafka's Metamorphosis Joshua takes his character Caleb Nell Echo out of a lonely mundane life and sends him to hell by way of US government officials in suits hell bent on torture Though the story of poor Echo may seem too unimaginable to relate to if the reader is patient they not only find themselves in Echo but find all of humanity within the walls of Echo's institution Echo Detained has the convenience of an easy read but also has the unmistakable uality of the deep and disturbing aspects that make us think outside of ourselves Cochran's use of Dr Ambrose Delasco's lectures is especially enlightening and the reader should pay special attention to the footnotes

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