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Paul Ciccone, Jr.

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Paul Ciccone, Jr. volunteered for military service at the age of 17 and served as a United States Marine from April of '63 through July of '67-when he was honorably discharged a decorated veteran of the Vietnam Era.  Paul Ciccone is the author of OH Brother and The Old Man of Naukeag.  According to the book description, “A look into self: penned with a touch of poetry, some literary theory, and a goodly amount of individual philosophy that may just be that prescription one needs to help ease the pain of reality.”

According to the book description of Oh Brother, “A look into self: penned with a touch of poetry, some literary theory, and a goodly amount of individual philosophy that may just be that prescription one needs to help ease the pain of reality.”

According to the book description of The Old Man of Naukeag, it ďis a coalescence of personal encounters and cognitions that span more than six decades of the author's life adventures. Its theme is based upon the assumption that ""life is stranger than fiction.""

 One reader of The Old Man of Naukeag said, ďI first came across the writings of Paul Ciccone Jr. last year when I read and reviewed his book, OH Brother.  That review went on to become our top review of 2008 and Paulís book was probably the most talked about.  Like Mick Rooney, Paulís writing definitely commands your full attention and is one that you will want to take time to read and mull over, rather than rush through it. I knew his next book, The Old Man of Naukeag, would be just as good. And indeed it is, if not better.  Paul writes in a style thatís hard to describe and unlike anything the traditional market could ever bring you. If anyone ever needed a prime example of a polished self-published book and an author that isnít afraid to take chances, then they should invest in a copy of either of Paulís books. I enjoy Paulís writing because no matter what story heís telling, thereís always some word gem hidden within the root of his theme thatís completely left up to the readerís interpretation, phrases Iíd find myself underlining or highlighting if I was reading a physical copy.Ē


OH Brother
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The Old Man of Naukeag
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