Punk is no ordinary millennial who takes the life as it is. She has a nasty habit of getting in troubles, she shows the middle finger to prejudice and stupidity, she fights against her broken identity and darkness of her soul. She goes against the stream with her heavy, tight shoes, but she still tries to be a better person. Punk’s adventurous journey to become someone who matters starts in a Place Without a Name, continues in Italy and London. Her train is full of sad reflections, laughs, modern tales about our young lives, relationships and occasional heartbreaks.
“Train to the Edge of the Moon” is about all shades of the young people reality – struggles with career, romances, feeling lost in the corporate machinery, feeling misunderstood and rejected by society. It’s funny, it makes you laugh and in the next moment it gets sad and dark and you want to crawl in the corner and cry a little. It also raises controversial issues such as addictions, depression, and abuse. Those who have been beaten down, trampled over and nearly robbed of everything that makes them who they are, those who refuse to adapt and be another brick in the wall in the modern mayhem will find here hope and strength to fight for their happiness and peace of soul.
Imagine “Girl, interrupted” partying up with the older “Catcher in the Rye” and immerse your curiosity in Punk’s wild adventures.
“If you’re looking for a totally fresh writing style with complicated characters, blunt honesty, and an edgy narrative, then this is the book for you.” KJC
“I found pieces of myself in the main character. And I think most readers will find bits of themselves as well.” A.B.
“With the heart of a rebel, and the soul of a beat, Asper Blurry shows us that our dreams are worth fighting for, and I can guarantee you’ll be hanging on every last word.” Chance
“If you like your reading a little bit different, then this may be the book for you. Blurry deals with the deeper issues of life set against the backdrop of harsh reality.” Dallas
“It’s Punks flaws and the darkness within her that makes her character feel all the more real. The storyline kept me reading and the characters felt authentic. Great work! Definitely worth the read!” amazon customer
“I will say that this is not really my usual genre. But, I found some real genuine pieces of today’s society within the pages of this book. Which to me is so sad but such is life. It is a journey through the eyes of a girl that has had some hard knocks and how she chooses to deal with the life she is presented with. The Author has an original voice that some will find fascinating. Very powerful journey” Kade Cook
“Blurry tells the free-wheeling story of Punk – a millennial with an agenda for adventure and who demonstrates the edgy but fun incongruities of an introvert in an extroverted world. Not what I expected, very original and different, and a good book for millennial readers.” Lyn