In A SHOT OF MALARIA, Charles Souby unfolds the twisted story of a young man, Daniel Martin,desperately hooked on heroin,
alcohol, and his own delusions. Set in San Francisco in the nineties,
and written as deadpan first-person narrative, the novel captures the ugly realities of addiction with sharp, ironic humor.
A SHOT OF MALARIA has been described as The Catcher in the
Rye for the turn of the 21st century.
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