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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Nuns with Shotguns: The World is My Ashtray Vol 2 is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, autobiographical writing, and slice-of-life subgenres. It is best suited to mature adult readers owing to explicit content related to sex and drug use, as well as the use of explicit language throughout. Penned by author P. H. Mountain, we find ourselves immersed once more in a raw, uncensored, and often hilarious continuation of Paul's life adventures. Set in the Rocky Mountain ghost town of Eldora, this volume follows the author and his friend Lonnie as they escape to this serene location to unwind after a chaotic year in Boulder, Colorado. The reader accompanies Paul as he attempts to focus on writing his first novel but inevitably gets pulled into a world filled with alcohol, drugs, and the magnetic allure of life's manic pleasures.
Author P. H. Mountain has crafted a superb memoir that grips you from the opening page and immediately lets you know that you’re in for a wild ride. This is achieved by the compelling, unfiltered narrative style, filled with sharp wit, and is no-holds-barred as Paul lays out the bare facts of his decisions, consequences, and forces both within and beyond his control. Mountain's storytelling brilliantly captures the essence of his reckless and unapologetic youth, marked by unconventional relationships, adventure, and, at times, pure chaos. I also found myself spellbound by the dialogue style, which feels natural and easy to follow but also perfectly captures those hazy, aimless moments of existence that many of us have fallen into when having a good (or a very bad) time. I thoroughly enjoyed every atmospheric moment of diving into the depths of a wild and unpredictable life, viewed through a lens of humorous and vividly descriptive prose. Overall, Nuns with Shotguns is an exhilarating journey laced with moments of introspection and deep appreciation for life's unpredictable beauty, even in its craziest moments, and I would not hesitate to recommend it.