ACCOLADES FOR R.M.A. SPEARS ARMOR OF GLASS
W hat goes through a child’s heart when he is abused, which causes him to spend a life trying to make up for lost manhood? Dangerous, sometimes destructive and heart-wrenching. The journey is full of battlefields; some of which no military training will determine the winner.
Brick, the product of abuse, struggles through life trying to prove to himself he’s not a loser – he's a good man, a champion, a selfless Marine in search of redemption. In the spirit of Bukowski and Palahniuk, the raw portrait of the American Everyman as he navigates the military, midlife and marriage: so provocative it had to be privately-published.