Genres: Non-Fiction & Humor (This is a fictional journal based on a true story)
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A ghost, a philanthropist, a con man, a devout Catholic, a gigolo, a savior, an heir, a common man, a writer, and an addict are just some of the words used to describe Michael Enzo. He’s defrauded an industry for almost 20 years by exploiting people’s insecurities and profiting from them. After failing to make what he considered to be a positive impact on society he began to destroy those closest to him, including Benjamin DeHaven, the author of this book. More than likely these two friends contributed more to the field of self-help, while profiting from it, than they will ever know. Believing they could only understand people’s problems by suffering along with them they lived on the razor’s edge. Their roller coaster friendship was eventually ruptured by their mutual involvement with an adult film star and entered a new chapter in a federal courthouse in Philadelphia last year. Enzo mysteriously disappeared before sentencing and is still wanted. This journal was salvaged from Enzo’s New Orleans estate after hurricane Katrina and was originally hidden by his wife. In an effort to clear his conscience, DeHaven has released the personal journal of his longtime friend Michael Enzo. It is DeHaven’s hope that people will start helping themselves again after reading it. Discover what turns someone from preaching salvation towards seeking its destruction.
This is a true story.
Lunge into a funny, audacious, and devastating work of fiction based on factual events. As much a comedy as a tragedy, "Confessions is a unique piece of literature to be remembered for its originality as much as for its significance as a statement about living life in today's harsh reality." Explore the psyche of one of the world's most profound advisors: a Quixotic adventurer who admits freely to lurid depravity, substance abuse, and emotional complexity. Despite personal demons, he's fooled adherents into a unique reverence and might be responsible for saving more souls than Mother Teresa and Gandhi combined.