In the deepest of pains, only art will help you survive
Union City, N.J. (PRWEB) October 17, 2014
Author Eder Morales captures the feelings of betrayal, disappointment and neglect of previous romantic relationships. A kind invitation for reader’s relief when in “The Age of Darkest Sorrow” (published by Xlibris). Morales’ work is his way of healing his soul, a spell to forget those who caused him so much pain, which can also serve as an antidote for the broken hearts of others.
With his art, Morales strives to cure emotional wounds deep within the human heart. He firmly believes that art can save people from the pain and sorrow of traumatic experience. Through sincere reflection, through profound poetry, people can transcend sadness and escape the dangers of vices and suicide. This is the salvation Morales offers with his journey into the depths of lamentation, chasms where beauty hides, where the greatest art can be made out of the most searing hurts.
“In the deepest of pains, only art will help you survive,” Morales says.
“Age of the Darkest Sorrow” is a balm for lonely souls and broken hearts. Morales provides readers with a sincere reflection of his feelings and his journey of self-healing through artistic expression.
“Age of the Darkest Sorrow”
By Eder Morales
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 300 pages | ISBN 9781499069754
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 300 pages | ISBN 9781499069761
E-Book | 300 pages | ISBN 9781499069747
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Eder Morales is 23 years old and lives in New York.
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